the monetary system.., Macroeconomics

bank A has a leverage ratio of 10 while bank B has a leverage ratio of 20 similar losses on bank loans at the two banks cause the value of their assets to fall by 7 percent. Which bank shows a larger change in bank capital? Does either bank remain solvent? Explain.
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