Wisconsin's banks doing a lot better than 3 months ago; 1 gives back federal TARP money
Wisconsin's banks are doing a lot better than they did three months ago.
The FDIC said the state's 283 banks made a combined $75.5 million from January-March.
That compares to losses of $1.8 billion in the final quarter of last year, a figured skewed by real estate investment losses at M&I Bank and Madison's Anchor Bank.
Only 29 Wisconsin banks did not make money in the most recent quarter.