First Republic Bank Could Be Saved With $30 Billion in Deposits


The nation’s biggest banks are close to agreeing upon a plan to deposit about $30 billion with First Republic Bank to stabilize the California lender. JPMorgan, Citigroup and Bank of America are among the banks in the discussions. Herman Chan of Bloomberg Intelligence discusses the rescue plan on "Bloomberg Markets."

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