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Within three days, the FDIC and regulators in California and New York took control of the collapsed Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank. They declared all deposits safe, including those exceeding the usual limit of $250,000. In addition, the US Federal Reserve announced a new pool of loans guaranteed by the Treasury Department, which other banks can use if customers suddenly withdraw their deposits.
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