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Banks on watch list still at record high

Only two banks in Minnesota have failed so far this year, but officials are still keeping a close eye on a record number of them. More than a third of FDIC-insured banks in Minnesota are on the watch list.
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Only two banks in Minnesota have failed so far this year, but officials are still keeping a close eye on a record number of them. More than a third of FDIC-insured banks in Minnesota are on the watch list.

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