'Bank failures' that can understand banks that have failed in the past 20 years or more and their asset size in one shot
Mike Bostock , co-founder of Observable , an interactive online note-taking service defined in code, visualizes failed banks and their wealth since the year 2000. ' Bank failures ' is published.
Bank failures / Mike Bostock | Observable
A couple variants of my plot of FDIC-reported bank failures, now adjusted for inflation (using CPI): left is sorted by date to better show the sequence of events; right is sorted by assets for a more compact layout. See notebook for source & to compare. https://t.co/atlFhzIMKY pic.twitter.com/XE3CFKoSbQ— Mike Bostock (@mbostock) May 3, 2023
If you access Bank failures, you will see a diagram like the one below. The size of the circle is the size of the failed bank, and the larger the circle, the lower it is placed. In addition, the positions of the centers of the circles are arranged according to the time of bankruptcy (horizontal axis).
the Washington Mutual Bank , which went bankrupt on September 25, 2008 after a bank run when Lehman Brothers went bankrupt on September 11, 2008. 307.8 billion dollars (approximately 35 trillion yen at the rate at that time). It is a bankruptcy that triggered the Lehman Shock, which had a great negative impact on the global economy, and we can see that a large number of banks went bankrupt at the same time.
The largest circle belongs to
Signature Bank , Silicon Valley Bank , First Republic Bank, which went bankrupt in 2023 are lined up. The largest asset size was First Republic Bank, which went bankrupt on May 1, 2023, at $ 229.8 billion (about 31.7 trillion yen).
And the circles of
Below the figure is the code for illustration.
It also showed the data table used.