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Tangible Common Equity Ratio
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SURVEY RESULTS FOR
TANGIBLE COMMON EQUITY RATIO
- RealTalkDior Tangible common is equity capital less goodwill and intangibles. As the ratio approaches 1.0, the bank's risk of failure rises.
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