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How Banks Shunned Their Special Customers During The COVID-19 Crisis

Weary tax payers may remember the banking bailout of 2008

That’s the time when the Federal government forked over $700 billion to financial institutions in order to save the banking system.

  • Simon Constable
  • Forbes

Was that favor returned to businesses in need during the recent COVID crisis?


Most banks didn’t lift a finger for their relationship customers this year, according to new research.

The findings may have implications for investors who own banking stocks.

Banks Didn’t Return Bailout Favor During COVID

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