Capital Ratios Set Too High For U.S. Banks

There is too much capital in the American banking industry. Statistics released by the International Monetary Fund indicate that the average U.S. bank has a capital-to-assets ratio of 8.2%. On average, banks in other major industrial countries have ratios of 5.75%.

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