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Top 10 Banks in the US

Just in case you are looking for the Top 10 Banks in the US, here's a list courtesy by National Information Center website.
  1. Bank of America Corporation - Charlotte, NC - $2,340,667,014
  2. JPMorgan Chase & Co. - New York, NY - $2,135,796,000
  3. Citigroup Inc. - New York, NY- $2,002,213,000
  4. Wells Fargo & Company - San Francisco, CA - $1,223,630,000
  5. Goldman Sachs Group Inc. - New York, NY - $880,677,000
  6. Morgan Stanley - New York, NY - $819,719,000
  7. Metlife, Inc. - New York, NY - $565,566,452
  8. Barclays Group US Inc - Wilmington, DE - $427,837,000
  9. Taunus Corporation - New York, NY - $364,079,000
  10. HSBC North America Holdings Inc - New York, NW - $345,382,871
Economics (McGraw-Hill Economics)An excerpt from Telegraph website "the three - Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and JP Morgan Chase - are the three largest consumers-focused banks on American high streets, and as a result are particularly susceptible to changes in the consumer cycle." (Telegraph, 2010). Where you could see this profits for 2010 wipe out.

National Information Center Top 50 bank holding companies (BHCs) as of 3/31/2010. Retrieved July, 3, 2010, from
Top US banks face $30bn of mortgage losses, warns CreditSights. Retrieved July 3, 2010, from


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