There are plenty of reasons to believe the US will soon face a shortage of new creditworthy lenders.
But what do the US banks really need?
First, there’s the credit crunch: in December, the Bureau of Economic Analysis reported that the US had $2.2 trillion of outstanding outstanding credit.
And it’s not just bad news for consumers and businesses.
If we were to compare the number of US banks that could possibly be deemed suitable for the job, it would be dwarfed by the more than 100 million Americans who are still unemployed, or those who have given up on trying to find work.
But as Bloomberg Businessweek has pointed out, the number could be much higher.
As the Wall Street Journal points out, in some parts of the US, there are more than one million Americans out of work and that figure could reach more than 3 million by 2023.
If the US banking sector’s creditworthiness continues to decline, the banking industry will have to do something to keep its business afloat.
In a few weeks, we’ll find out whether this will involve a bank going bankrupt or if it will be forced to find new, more stable financing sources.
Second, there is the possibility that some of these banks will have run up too much debt.
In April, Bank of America, the nation’s second-largest bank, was accused of “misleading” investors about the size of its balance sheet.
Its latest annual report stated that it had $1.6 trillion in its balance sheets, which is roughly equal to the entire size of the UK economy.
And this is before you get into the question of whether or not Bank of American will be able to pay back the $17 billion it owes the US government.
But in this scenario, what will Bank of Americans need to do to get itself back on the financial ladder?
Bank of the United States (BoA) is a US-based banking group.
The group has about a third of the capital of JPMorgan Chase, and as a result, it has been able to use borrowed money to expand its operations.
This loan capacity has allowed it to keep borrowing and expanding without needing to run a balance sheet downgrade.
As a result of this credit-worthiness, the US Federal Reserve is looking for a loan to buy up some of the BoA’s outstanding debt.
If all goes well, this loan could be worth as much as $10 billion.
In order to avoid this, the bank must either get rid of its debt or borrow more money from another bank.
The most popular alternative would be to buy a big chunk of BoA bonds at auction.
These would be purchased at a discount and would be guaranteed to pay interest for the full term of the bonds.
The other option is to use the money borrowed from other banks to cover the difference between the purchase price of the debt and the value of the loan.
Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) is another bank that is also in the process of getting its debt ratings downgraded to B+ by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
The SEC has taken steps to prevent B+ ratings from being given to institutions that do not have adequate capital and that are likely to face risks to their financial health, but the bank is also vulnerable to the kind of financial shocks that can cause it to fail.
The agency says that in the past three years, BCI has taken out loans of about $4 billion and that the bank’s assets have grown by about $2 billion.
But it has a large amount of debt that it cannot pay back in full.
So, it is possible that the agency is willing to forgive BCI’s loans if the bank gets itself back into good shape.
That is, if it can avoid bankruptcy, which would require the bank to sell assets and refinance its loans, and can secure more capital to pay for it.
But that depends on the bank being able to avoid bankruptcy in the first place.
In the meantime, BCIs balance sheet is likely to deteriorate.
For instance, if BCI runs up debt from the sale of its $10.7 billion stake in its bond portfolio, it will have a $4.6 billion hole to close.
As it stands, the BoBIC could lose up to $2,500 per bond, which could mean it will need to sell some of its bonds at a loss to make up for its losses.
This would be bad news to the bank, since its current bond portfolio is valued at $13 billion.
As of the end of June, the company had debt of $6.5 billion and total assets of $17.6 bn.
But since the SEC took over the bank in 2015, the amount of the outstanding debt has increased by about 70% to $21.8 billion.
BCI is a very big company, so it may need to scale up