In the last two weeks of January, two failed banks did not garner a single bid.
Though it is still early in the year to declare a trend, the two failures — along with a third in October that also resulted in a payout to depositors — hint at tougher struggles to market banks on the brink and could mean higher costs for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
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