More banks lost money in the first three months of this year than in any first quarter since 1992, according to a report.

Veribanc Inc., a Wakefield, Mass.-based research firm, reported last week that 536 banks-or 5.79% of all institutions-posted net losses during the first quarter. That is the highest first-quarter percentage figure since 1992, when 6.57% lost money.

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