Investors have soured on large bank mergers this year, but analysts question whether the disenchantment stems from general antimerger sentiment or the specifics of the deals.

The market's skepticism is the result of the relatively poor performance of large banks that merged last year, said John Moore, a bank analyst at Memphis-based Morgan Keegan & Co.

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