Breaking a seven-month streak without a bank failure, Philadelphia's Metrobank was closed Friday.

The $43.3 million-asset national bank became the first to fail since July 28 when the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency closed it under the prompt-corrective-action law that permits the government to seize an institution even if it still has capital.

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