States dominated by community banks reported some of the lowest loan- to- deposit ratios nationwide, according to the Federal Reserve.

Regulators compiled the list as a way to determine whether interstate banks are making enough loans outside of their home states. A new federal rule requires that a bank branching into another state maintain a loan-to- deposit ratio there equal to at least half the average for banks based in that state.

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