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Tale of the tape: Latest FDIC stats show how banks stack up

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The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. recently released its annual report showing what portion of the market's deposits were held by area banks as of the end of June.

This year's list shows a stable banking community in the midstate, with most institutions seeing little change in their slice of the deposit pie, and only one new bank making significant inroads into the market.

That's a big change from the past several years, when a rapid-fire series of acquisitions knocked out former big players like Susquehanna and Metro banks.  

Below are some highlights from the FDIC's most recent report. All information is as of June 30, with the market defined as Cumberland, Dauphin, York, Lancaster and Lebanon counties. Ranking information only takes into account market share of deposits; it does not account for total asset growth or other potential measures of a bank's health.

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Jennifer Wentz

Jennifer Wentz

Jennifer Wentz covers Lancaster County, York County, financial services, taxation and legal services. Have a tip or question for her? Email her at jwentz@cpbj.com. Follow her on Twitter, @jenni_wentz.

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