Total Net Loan Charge-offs, Banks with Total Assets up to $300M, East South Central Census Division

2013:Q4: 0.48 Percent (+ see more) 
Quarterly, End of Period, Not Seasonally Adjusted, NCOTOT16, Updated: 2014-02-14 8:51 AM CST
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Charge-offs are measured on a net basis-loans charged off as losses minus recoveries on loans preciously charged off. The percentage of loans charged off as losses each quarter (net of recoveries on loans previously charged off as losses) is calculated by summing net charge-off for all banks in the size group and dividing by the sum of their total loans. Data are annualized.

Source: Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council

Release: Reports of Condition and Income for All Insured U.S. Commercial Banks

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(a) Total Net Loan Charge-offs, Banks with Total Assets up to $300M, East South Central Census Division, Percent, Not Seasonally Adjusted (NCOTOT16)
Charge-offs are measured on a net basis-loans charged off as losses minus recoveries on loans preciously charged off. The percentage of loans charged off as losses each quarter (net of recoveries on loans previously charged off as losses) is calculated by summing net charge-off for all banks in the size group and dividing by the sum of their total loans. Data are annualized.

Total Net Loan Charge-offs, Banks with Total Assets up to $300M, East South Central Census Division
   

  

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