Bank annuity sales stalled in 1998 because of volatility in the stock market late in the year.

Banks sold $19.5 billion in fixed and variable annuities last year, which was just 1% higher than 1997 sales, according to Kenneth Kehrer Associates of Princeton, N.J.

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