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Wednesday, August 20, 2008

U.S. Bank Analysis by State

The Big Picture pointed to a report by Weiss Research called the X Report which details:

An extensive list of the strongest and weakest banks and thrifts in the United States. Compiled from FDIC’s Call Reports and OTS’ Thrift Financial Reports: All U.S. commercial banks, savings banks, S&Ls and other thrifts with total assets of $500 million or more.
Weiss Research breaks out banks rated B+ and above and those D and below. Below is a chart showing the percent of those banks rated B+ and above listed by State and the average of those rated B+ and above by Region.