List: Best, riskiest banks in the Twin Cities

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Almost 83 percent of Twin Cities-based banks turned a profit the end of 2012, according to a Business Journal analysis of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. data.

That's an improvement from about 70 percent at the end of 2011, the publication reports.

The Business Journal lists 104 banks in the Twin Cities area. Check out the publication's best and riskiest banks.

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