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Banks are financial institutions that generate profit from interest income and through merchant payments like credit card processing, mutual funds, brokerage, overdraft, annuities and others. It is necessary for a bank to hold adequate reserves to remain healthy. Banking is a conservative business and its IPO can be openly traded across nations.
Shareholders are at a loss if the bank loses its reserves to bad loans. Banks shares can be hit by rising interest rates, political and economic factors like Brexit, government shutdown, and worries related to company-specific legal risks, and rise of fears related to the US economy, and are studied by experts and scrutinized by analysts to predict future market trends.
Different countries have different policies related to their central banks that hold public money and work on general policy guidelines determined by the national leaders responsible for handling the economic issues of the country. Such bank shares are seen in some ways as a unique example of how the national markets interact with public policy. When looking at the duality of such shares it does come across rather strange as the private investors are buying into businesses that already buy and sell financial products and engage within the handling of money from depositors and various sources.
Economists in all nations are able to use indicators like bank shares to allow them to analyse the risks and dangers of new threats towards the public economy.
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