Nonperforming Total Loans (past due 90+ days plus nonaccrual) to Total Loans, Banks with Total Assets from $300M to $1B, South Atlantic Census Division

2013:Q4: 2.82 Percent (+ see more) 
Quarterly, End of Period, Not Seasonally Adjusted, NPTLTL25, Updated: 2014-02-14 8:51 AM CST
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Percentage of nonperforming loans equals total nonperforming loans divided by total loans. Nonperforming loans are those loans that bank managers classify as 90-days or more past due or nonaccrual in the call report. Precisely, total nonperforming loans equals the sum of call report items rcfd1403 and rcfd1407. Total loans equals call report item number rcfd2122.

Source: Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council

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

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(a) Nonperforming Total Loans (past due 90+ days plus nonaccrual) to Total Loans, Banks with Total Assets from $300M to $1B, South Atlantic Census Division, Percent, Not Seasonally Adjusted (NPTLTL25)
Percentage of nonperforming loans equals total nonperforming loans divided by total loans. Nonperforming loans are those loans that bank managers classify as 90-days or more past due or nonaccrual in the call report. Precisely, total nonperforming loans equals the sum of call report items rcfd1403 and rcfd1407. Total loans equals call report item number rcfd2122.

Nonperforming Total Loans (past due 90+ days plus nonaccrual) to Total Loans, Banks with Total Assets from $300M to $1B, South Atlantic Census Division
   

  

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