US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has called on the heads of the country's top six banks to reassure investors after US stocks fell sharply.
Last week, US equities had one of the worst weekly losses decade after a rate hike, and US-China trade tensions unsettled markets.
Mr. Mnuchin said the banks had confirmed that they had "sufficient liquidity" for operations.
It also comes against the background that the government has partially closed its spending plans.
"[Mr Mnuchin] also confirmed that there were no issues with the release or margin and that the markets continue to function properly," said the Minister of Finance.
All three US indices closed lower last week. The technology-focused Nasdaq has dropped 20% since its high and was in the so-called bear market.
US investors are concerned about a number of factors, including slowing economic growth domestically and internationally.
In addition, at midnight on Friday, a partial shutdown of the US government began after opposition Democrats resisted President Donald Trump's demand for $ 5 billion for his Mexican border wall.
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The closure of household spending could continue until the opening of the next Congress on January 3rd.
Mr. Mnuchin will meet on Monday with the working group of the President Ministry of Finance said.
The group includes market regulators and governors of the Federal Reserve. They discuss "Coordination efforts to ensure normal market operations," the statement said.