U.S. bank deposit outflows, unrelated to Credit Suisse, have stabilized -U.S. official


WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. bank deposits have stabilized, with outflows slowing or stopping and in some cases reversing, a U.S. official said on Sunday, adding the problems of Credit Suisse are unrelated to recent deposit runs on U.S. banks.

After officials in Switzerland announced a deal for UBS to acquire Credit Suisse on Sunday, the U.S. official said that U.S. banks have limited exposure to Credit Suisse, after reducing their exposures in recent months. Speaking on condition of anonymity, the official said that U.S. banking regulators were in touch with Swiss counterparts on the Credit Suisse situation.


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