Regional, community banks start to recover

Banks overcome financial crisis wounds

It has been about 5 years since the financial crisis, and after a difficult first few years, community and regional banks are starting to turn a corner, an article in MarketWatch explains.

“In general, the smaller banks added fewer loans outstanding and the margins were down, so the loans were less profitable. All the products that banks sell, whether it was loans, mortgages or capital markets, were down, based on earnings reported this year in the sector,” said Richard Bove, analyst with Rafferty Capital.

Latest Articles

[PULSE] How to manage rental properties during a global crisis

As the current U.S. unemployment rate hovers above Great Depression-Era levels, many property owners are having rent delinquency, leasing and management issues. So, what can an investor do during the current economic situation to protect their asset?

Jul 02, 2020 By
3d rendering of a row of luxury townhouses along a street

Log In

Forgot Password?

Don't have an account? Please