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FDIC shutters another Minnesota bank

Maple Grove-based InterBank was among four banks in three states closed by federal regulators Friday. Great Southern Bank based in Missouri will taken over InterBanks's four branches in the Twin Cities metro starting Monday. The FDIC has now closed 21 failed U.S. banks this year.
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Maple Grove-based InterBank was among four banks in three states closed by federal regulators Friday. Great Southern Bank based in Missouri will taken over InterBanks's four branches in the Twin Cities metro starting Monday. The FDIC has now closed 21 failed U.S. banks this year.

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