A new bank environment caused by changing government regulation and newly introduced financial instruments causes bank return rates to be substantially lower than in previous economic recoveries. Bank strategy may involve assuming increased risk.
economic recovery, loan rates, money market deposit accounts (MMDAs), Super-Now accounts, risks, reintermediation, banks
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