A new study finds large banks price services for entire states or regions, not individual cities, implying competition may remain fierce even in concentrated markets.

The author, Lawrence J. Radecki, assistant vice president for banking studies at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, found large banks ignore local market conditions when setting rates.

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