MADISON, Wis. -- Richard L. Dean, Wisconsin's banking commissioner, said the 354 state-chartered banks he oversees reported the "most remarkable quarterly performance figures I have ever seen" in the first three months of 1993.

Net income rose 9.2% to $96.6 million, with much of the profit being plowed into capital and loan-loss reserves, the state said.

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