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SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION is a Japan-based company engaged in the printing solutions business, visual communication business, as well as wearable and industrial products business. The Company has three business segments. The Printing Solutions segment is engaged in the provision of printer products such as inkjet printers, page printers and color image scanners, as well as professional printing products such as industrial inkjet printers and label printers. The Visual Communication segment is engaged in the provision of liquid crystal projectors, high temperature polysilicon thin-film-transistor (TFT) liquid crystal panels and smart glasses. The Wearable and Industrial Products segment is engaged in the provision of wearable devices such as watches and sensing devices, robotics solutions products such as industrial robots and integrated circuit (IC) handlers, as well as microdevices such as crystal devices and semiconductors. The Company is also engaged in the group services business.

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Fed's Barr warns of rising risk around commercial real estate at regional banks

12:13 pm ET May 16, 2023 (MarketWatch)

By Chris Matthews

The trend toward working from home has led some companies to cut back on their office space

Federal Reserve Bank examiners have stepped up their oversight of banks with significant exposure to commercial real estate, according to Michael Barr, the Fed's vice chair for supervision.

"I think it's important for commercial real-estate risks to be well understood and mitigated by community banks and smaller regional banks," Barr said at a hearing before the House Financial Services Committee on Wednesday. He noted that those institutions' assets tend to be "more concentrated" in commercial real-estate loans.

"We're looking quite carefully at commercial real-estate risks," he said.

The value of debt backed by commercial real estate has taken a hit in recent months due to rising interest rates and vacancy rates, as the trend toward working from home has led some companies to cut back on their office space.

Read more: A 'perfect storm' from higher interest rates and a credit crunch threatens commercial real estate, construction and jobs

Downtown districts of major cities are also seeing less foot traffic because of the work-from-home trend, which has led retailers to reconsider how much real estate they need to lease, Barr said.

This combination of factors means bank executives and supervisors at the Fed need to "understand their risks and to appropriately mitigate those risks," Barr said.

Regional-bank equities (KRE) have been under pressure following the failure of several institutions, including Silicon Valley Bank and First Republic Bank.

Bank stock prices have stabilized in recent days, led by double-digit gains in shares of PacWest Bancorp (PACW) and Western Alliance Bancorp. (WAL), although they remain down more than 50% over the past year, according to FactSet.

-Chris Matthews

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