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U.S. banks shed $9.84 billion; entire portfolios sold off in 1991.

JUN 23, 1992 1:00am ET

The nation's 500 largest banks in 1991 continued their full-scale retreat from the municipal market, reducing net tax-exempt assets by $9.84 billion, or 21%, according to federal banking reports.

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