US stocks fell on Monday as investors assess the potential fallout from the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank.Futures were initially higher after the Federal Reserve and US Treasury announced measures to limit the risk of further bank runs.Other banks that are now in focus include First Republic, PacWest Bancorp, and Charles Schwab.LoadingSomething is loading.Thanks for signing up!Access your favorite topics in a personalized feed while you’re on the go. download the appUS stocks were lower on Monday after the Federal Reserve and US Treasury announced emergency measures to stop the spread of potential bank runs following the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank.The measures allow banks to pledge their Treasury securities that may be underwater due to soaring interest rates and receive par value to help boost liquidity, if needed. The government also announced that all uninsured deposits held at Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank, both of which collapsed, would be available on Monday.Concern grew over the weekend that a failure for customers to access their deposits at both banks would spur bank runs at other regional banks. Now investors are setting their focus on other banks that have large unrealized losses on their bond portfolios, including First Republic, PacWest Bancorp, and Charles Schwab, among others.Here’s where US indexes stood shortly after the 9:30 a.m. ET open on Monday:Here’s what else is happening this morning:In commodities, bonds and crypto:West Texas Intermediate crude oil fell 4.29% to $73.39 per barrel. Brent crude, oil’s international benchmark, dropped 3.85% to $79.59.Gold rose 2.09% to $1,906.20 per ounce.The yield on the 10-year Treasury sank 25 basis points to 3.46%.Bitcoin jumped 5.6% to $22,382.Bitcoin rose 0.36% to $22,411, while ether dropped 0.31% to $1,590.