Insiders at U.S. banks began unloading their shares in late February and March as the industry's executives cashed in on rising stock prices.

Though buyers still outnumbered sellers, the large number of bank executives unloading their shares contrasted sharply with the pattern of the previous five months, when most insider transactions were purchases.

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