Seidman's Views on Fund: Pessimistic or Even Worse

WASHINGTON - A likely worsening of conditions in the banking industry could leave the Bank Insurance Fund with a deficit, under a "pessimistic scenario," of $11 billion at the end of 1992, L. William Seidman said Thursday.

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