Regulators Close Banks in North Carolina, Georgia; US Total at 10 for Year – Wall Street Journal

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Regulators Close Banks in North Carolina, Georgia; US Total at 10 for Year
Wall Street Journal
Regulators on Friday closed a bank in North Carolina and another in Georgia, bringing the nationwide tally of bank failures up to 10 for the year. Parkway Bank, based in Lenoir, N.C., was closed by the North Carolina Office of the Commissioner of Banks.
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