The average-loan-to-deposit ratio at the 8 largest U.S. banks fell to 84% in Q4 from 87% a year...


The average-loan-to-deposit ratio at the 8 largest U.S. banks fell to 84% in Q4 from 87% a year earlier and 101% in 2007, according to Credit Suisse. At just 61%, JPMorgan (JPM) had the lowest ratio (now we know why the London Whale was so busy; who's putting that money to work now?). "Bankers out there are drowning in liquidity," says the ABA VP. "We're dying to make loans."
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    No wonder my mortgage was just taken over by JPM from a different lender.
    20 Feb 2013, 06:49 PM Reply Like
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