October 23, 2014

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Banking: Money in the Bank

Ken Ibold | 8/1/2004
Bank and thrift deposits in a four-county central Florida area rose almost 12% from the first quarter of 2002 to the first quarter of 2003, jumping from $19.96 billion to $22.31 billion.

Central Florida Bank / Thrift Deposits

County

Total Deposits (billions)

Q1 2002 ______Q1 2003

% Change (2002-2003)
Orange $12.11 _______ $13.51 11.5
Seminole 3.73 __________4.08 9.4
Lake 2.82 __________3.29 16.8
Osceola 1.30 __________1.43 9.5

Source: Florida Bankers Association -- 2003

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