The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s third-quarter Regional Outlook, released Monday, examines the implications of trends in community bank funding.

At yearend, banks with less than $1 billion of assets got 72% of their funding from core deposits, compared with 43% at larger banks. But the number of community banks borrowing money to fund growth doubled in the 1990s, the FDIC said.

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