Big banks have come with a $30 billion unsecured rescue deposit for First Republic Bank in its efforts to stay afloat.

The extraordinary deal involves 11 of the largest banks in the country: Bank of America, Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo putting in $5 billion each; Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley with $2.5 billion each; and BNY-Mellon, PNC Bank, State Street, Truist and U.S. Bank with $1 billion each.

"The actions of America's largest banks reflect their confidence in the country's banking system," as statement from the banks said.  "Together, we are deploying our financial strength and liquidity into the larger system, where it is needed the most.  Smaller- and medium-sized banks support their local customers and businesses, create millions of jobs and help uplift communities.  America's larger banks stand united with all banks to support our economy and all of those around us."

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