How Some Banks Make Money with Limited Lending

Since the recession, banks have gradually reinvested more and more of their liquidity in securities. A handful have taken this trend to the extreme, putting nearly all of their deposits into investments and lending almost nothing. While delivering consistent, low-risk profits, the model faces pressure from regulators and the economy.

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