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FDIC institutions post aggregate drop in 2023 profits

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Commercial banks and savings institutions insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. reported an aggregate drop in profits during 2023.

The 4,587 institutions insured by the FDIC had $256.9 billion in collective net income last year, according to a news release. That's down 2.3% from 2022.

"The banking industry has shown resilience after a period of liquidity stress in early 2023. Full-year net income remained high, overall asset quality metrics were favorable, and the industry’s liquidity was stable," FDIC Chair Martin J. Gruenberg said in the release. "However, ongoing economic and geopolitical uncertainty, continuing inflationary pressures, volatility in market interest rates and emerging risks in some bank commercial real estate portfolios pose significant downside risks to the banking industry."

In reporting an aggregate drop in profits among its insured institutions, the FDIC in the release cited nonrecurring, noninterest expenses, higher provision expenses and lower noninterest income.


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