Fed Scrutinizes Farm Banks as Soaring Land Draws Bubble ConcernJoshua Zumbrun
When regulators come knocking at the Bank of Newman Grove, Nebraska, inquiring about loan risks, Chairman Jeffrey Gerhart has a “stress test” ready to show how his portfolio would fare if rural land prices dropped 25 percent. Or 50 percent. Or 75 percent.
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