Business & Finance: Bank Prosperity

Publication of the figures resulting in the June 30 "call" on national and other banks by the Comptroller of the Currency made the anticipated showing of prosperous conditions. With the larger Wall Street banks, records fell right and left.

The National City Bank—the country's largest banking institution—showed new high records in both aggregate resources and deposits, the former at $1,154,750,350 and the latter at $910,903,905. These compare with figures for the previous call on April 6, 1925, of $1,103,684,319 and $828,345,990, respectively. Cash assets were $300,236,198.

Other similar figures for other large Wall...

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