WASHINGTON — The government closed state-chartered banks in New York, Florida and Louisiana late Friday to bring the year's failure tally to 30.
The three failures totaled $1.1 billion in assets and cost the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. an estimated $180 million. The agency was able to find buyers for each institution and protect all depositors.
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