The dividend-growth rates of Midwestern bank stocks could exceed 15% annually over the next few years, according to a survey by Chicago Corp., a regional brokerage firm.

The survey of 37 banks comprising Chicago Corp.'s Midwest Bank Index found that stock prices jumped 132% from September 1990 to October 1993. largely because of decreasing interest rates and dramatically improved capitalization and asset quality.

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