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(Reuters) – Deposits at business U.S. banks dipped within the week ended April 19, signaling no recent worries about financial institution security of the sort that drove sharp outflows within the week instantly following the collapse of Silicon Valley Financial institution, information launched on Friday by the Federal Reserve confirmed.
Deposits at giant U.S. banks fell to $10.61 trillion from $10.74 trillion every week earlier, on a non-seasonal foundation. Deposits at small banks totaled $5.36 trillion, in contrast with $5.39 trillion.
The seasonally adjusted measure of deposits, which consider typical outflows of deposits together with tax season, rose, suggesting the precise outflow seen at banks might not have been as giant as regular.
(Reporting By Dan Burns and Ann Saphir; Modifying by Chris Reese)