NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- There are now 153 undercapitalized institutions on the TheStreet's Bank Watch List, which is only one fewer than last quarter, despite two dozen banks being shuttered by regulators in the meantime.
Based on a now-complete set of third-quarter regulatory data supplied by SNL Financial for the nation's banks and savings and loan associations -- and factoring-in the 24 bank and thrift failures since TheStreet's final second-quarter Watch List was published on August 16 -- 153 institutions were undercapitalized according to the regulatory guidelines that apply to most institutions.
The list is updated from the preliminary Watch List published on Nov. 2, now that all U.S. banks and thrifts have completed their third-quarter regulatory filings.
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