Weak Banks as of 9/16/2009
Weak banks can cause problems for depositors and creditors. Below you’ll see a list of banks considered weak by many resources and given a weak rating, investors are being told to sell holdings in the bank.
To read the report, you’ll notice the bank name then the word “SELL” identifying investors are being told to sell their holdings in the named bank and then you’ll notice the bank’s rating. Bank ratings are identified as follows: An (A) rating is the best and strongest rating a bank can have. An (E) rating is the worst and lowest score a bank can have and warning signs appear to investors. Use our information to further your educational knowledge about banking. We are not bankers and do not make recommendations for our readers, we provide public records information for educational purposes. Enjoy.
Weak Texas Banks:
|Citizens State Bank||SELL||E+|
|Texas National Bank||SELL||E|
Ohio’s Weak Banks:
|Bramble Savings Bank||SELL||E|
|Ohio Legacy Bank||SELL||E-|
|Ohio State Bank||SELL||E-|
|Peoples Community Bank||SELL||E-|
North Carolina’s Weak Banks:
|Bank of Granite||SELL||E|
|Blue Ridge Savings Bank||SELL||E+|
Weak California Banks:
|1st Pacific Bank||SELL||E|
|Imperial Capital Bank||SELL||E-|
|Pacific Coast National Bank||SELL||E-|
|Pacific National Bank||SELL||E-|
|Palm Desert National||SELL||E|
|San Diego National||SELL||E|
|Ventura County Business Bank||SELL||E-|
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