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17 June 2019 By Antony Currie

Hopes of more M&A among the nation’s 5,000 lenders have put high valuations on even ho-hum targets. So buyers often can’t avoid the cardinal sin of diluting book value, even if cost cuts outweigh any premium. A Texas bank’s $2.1 bln takeover of a smaller rival is the latest case.

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