the effect of on reserves and the monetary base, Macroeconomics

Many developing countries have suffered banking crises in which depositors lost part or all of their deposits (in some countries there is no deposit insurance). This type of crisis reduces depositors' confidence in the banking system. What would be the effect of a rumour about a banking crisis on checkable deposits in such type of country? What would be the effect of on reserves and the monetary base?

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