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Chicago Fed Letter, No. 62, October 1992
Banking in the 1990s: Challenge and Change

This Chicago Fed Letter briefly discusses some of the changes in commercial banks' balance sheets and earnings over the last five years, including the major components of the balance sheet, suggests reasons for the shifts in asset composition both nationally and in the Seventh Federal Reserve District, and reflects on their significance for the future.

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