Community banks are slogging through the muck, making some progress toward recovery and relieved that things don't appear to be getting worse.

That's how analysts describe their expectations for the third-quarter performance of community banks, which are preparing to post financial results in coming weeks. Those who follow mid to small-cap banks anticipate that as a group they will report stabilizing credit quality, flat loan growth and modest earnings.

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