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US bank failures this year by state, at a glance

Here are the 51 U.S. bank failures so far this year by state. Listed are the date each bank was closed, where it was based and its assets.

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Here are the 51 U.S. bank failures so far this year by state. Listed are the date each bank was closed, where it was based and its assets.

- GEORGIA:

First State Bank, Stockbridge, Jan. 20, $516.8 million

Central Bank of Georgia, Ellaville, Feb. 24, $278.9 million

Global Commerce Bank, Doraville, March 2, $143.7 million

Covenant Bank & Trust, Rock Spring, March 23, $95.7 million

Security Exchange Bank, Marietta, June 15, $151 million

Montgomery Bank & Trust, Ailey, July 6, $153.2 million

First Cherokee State Bank, Woodstock, July 20, $209 million

Georgia Trust Bank, Buford, July 20, $116.9 million

Jasper Banking Co., Jasper, July 27, $206.7 million

Hometown Community Bank, Braselton, Nov. 16, $124.6 million

- FLORIDA:

Central Florida State Bank, Belleview, Jan. 20, $71.5 million

First Guaranty Bank and Trust Co. of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Jan. 27, $397.1 million

Security Bank, North Lauderdale, May 4, $101 million

Putnam State Bank, Palatka, June 15, $169.5 million

Royal Palm Bank of Florida, Naples, July 20, $78.8 million

GulfSouth Private Bank, Destin, Oct. 19, $139.4 million

First East Side Savings Bank, Tamarac, Oct. 19, $65.7 million

Heritage Bank of Florida, Lutz, Nov. 2, $225.5 million

- ILLINOIS:

Charter National Bank and Trust, Hoffman Estates, Feb. 10, $93.9 million

New City Bank, Chicago, March 9, $71.2 million

Premier Bank, Wilmette, March 23, $268.7 million

Farmers' and Traders' State Bank, Shabbona, June 8, $43.1 million

Second Federal Savings and Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago, July 20, $190.9 million

Waukegan Savings Bank, Waukegan, Aug. 3, $83.7 million

First United Bank, Crete, Sept. 28, $328.4 million

Citizens First National Bank, Princeton, Nov. 2, $923.9 million

- MINNESOTA:

Patriot Bank Minnesota, Forest Lake, Jan. 27, $105 million

Home Savings of America, Little Falls, Feb. 24, $434.1 million

Inter Savings Bank, Maple Grove, April 27, $481.6 million

First Commercial Bank, Bloomington, Sept. 7, $215.9 million

- MISSOURI:

Glasgow Savings Bank, Glasgow, July 13, $22.3 million

Truman Bank, St. Louis, Sept. 14, $282.3 million

Excel Bank, Sedalia, Oct. 19, $186.1 million

Community Bank of the Ozarks, Sunrise, Dec. 14, $42.8 million

- TENNESSEE:

Tennessee Commerce Bank, Franklin, Jan. 27, $1 billion

BankEast, Knoxville, Jan. 27, $261.9 million

Farmers Bank of Lynchburg, Lynchburg, June 15, $163.8 million

- MARYLAND:

Bank of the Eastern Shore, Cambridge, April 27, $162.5 million

HarVest Bank of Maryland, Gaithersburg, April 27, $163 million

- PENNSYLVANIA:

American Eagle Savings Bank, Boothwyn, Jan. 20, $19.2 million

Nova Bank, Berwyn, Oct. 26, $444.7 million

- SOUTH CAROLINA:

Plantation Federal Bank, Pawleys Island, April 27, $486.4 million

Carolina Federal Savings Bank, Charleston, June 8, $54.4 million

- ALABAMA:

Alabama Trust Bank, Sylacauga, May 18, $51.5 million

- CALIFORNIA:

Palm Desert National Bank, Palm Desert, April 27, $125.7 million

- INDIANA:

SCB Bank, Shelbyville, Feb. 10, $182.6 million

- KANSAS:

Heartland Bank, Leawood, July 20, $96 million

- MICHIGAN:

Fidelity Bank, Dearborn, March 30, $818.2 million

- NEW JERSEY:

Fort Lee Federal Savings Bank, Fort Lee, April 20, $51.9 million

- NORTH CAROLINA:

Waccamaw Bank, Whiteville, June 8, $533.1 million

- OKLAHOMA:

First Capital Bank, Kingfisher, June 8, $46.1 million

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