WASHINGTON — It sounds strange to say, but the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is solvent again.
That the FDIC was technically in the red for seven quarters — the result of heavy failures and very strict accounting — was a lesser-known fact of the 2008 crisis, and so news last month that the Deposit Insurance Fund turned positive in the second quarter also drew scant attention.
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