Annuity sales at banks and thrifts fell during the second quarter as many investors flocked to federally insured certificates of deposit, a consultant said.

According to data compiled by Bank Insurance Market Research Group, banks and thrifts sold $3.63 billion of annuities for the quarter ending June 30, a 7% decline from the previous quarter.

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