US government moves to stop potential banking crisis 

The US government is taking action to prevent a potential banking crisis.

The Federal Reserve is closely monitoring the situation and working with banks.

The COVID-19 pandemic has created economic uncertainty, which could impact banks.

The government is encouraging banks to be cautious with their lending practices.

Regulators are also evaluating whether banks have enough capital to weather a crisis.

The government has implemented stress tests to assess the financial stability of banks.

The goal is to avoid a repeat of the 2008 financial crisis.

The government is urging banks to prioritize the safety of their customers' deposits.

The situation is being closely watched, and additional measures may be taken if necessary.