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FDIC's Failure Role Larger Than It Likes to Admit

NOV 2, 2011 2:29pm ET

The nation's deposit insurer tries to stay clear of being the agency that closes a bank's doors. But working behind the scenes to guard its insurance fund, the FDIC is often significantly involved in the decision of when to fail an institution.

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