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"Texas ratio" demonstrated in Georgia

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Vernon Martin

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As previously posted on this forum, the texas ratio is the ratio of a bank's nonperforming loans to the sum of its tangible equity capital plus loan loss reserves. The higher the ratio, the higher the probability of bank failure.

From www.cbsnews.com on August 21st:

"Those with the highest Texas ratios are smaller, community banks such as Colorado Federal Savings Bank, with a Texas ratio of 709; Integrity Bancshares in Georgia, with a ratio of 371; Stockgrowers State Bank of Maple Hill, Kan., has a 369; and Mesilla Valley Bank in New Mexico, with a 362."

Good call, CBS News. RIP Integrity.
 

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Texas ratio and The Big Beat.
 

Vernon Martin

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