||TOP TEN U.S. COMMERCIAL BANKS, BY REVENUE, 2002|
|2||Bank of America Corp.||45,732|
|3||J.P. Morgan Chase||43,372|
|6||Bank One Corp.||22,171|
|10||National City Corp.||8,728|
- In 2002, the largest commercial banks, those with assets of more than $10 billion, increased their share of bank assets by 1.3 percentage points and their share of deposits by 1.2 percentage points from the previous year. There were the same number of banks in this category in 2001 and 2002.
||TOP TEN U.S. COMMERCIAL BANKS, BY ASSETS, 2002|
|1||The Chase Manhattan Bank||$622,388|
|2||Bank of America, NA||565,382|
|4||First Union National Bank||318,870|
|5||Bank One, NA||217,537|
|6||Wells Fargo Bank, NA||183,712|
|7||Fleet National Bank||179,362|
|8||Firstar Bank, NA||176,050|
|10||HSBC Bank USA||86,416|
Source: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.