The list of banks in imminent danger is dwindling — good news for the economy but bad for M&A's bargain shoppers.

There were a dozen critically undercapitalized banks at the end of the first quarter, according to Trepp, a data analysis firm in New York. Regulators are compelled to close banks when their capital gets that low. Several have failed in recent weeks, while one found a buyer.

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