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Data show that interaction with the economy (i.e. core activities) accounts for about one third of bank balance sheets while inter-financial positions (non-core activities) account for two thirds. The data also show how these broad categories are different: during the crisis, the volume of core activities showed very little change, while non-core activities were strikingly volatile.

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