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Bank Run

When depositors have a rational marginal propensity to withdraw their money earlier than they would optimally like to do so. This is caused because of the fear that if a bank goes bankrupt the deposit they had placed in the bank will also disappear. Bank runs are prompted via a bad performance from the bank announced publically and thus prompting depositors to fear their deposit is no longer safe.

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