The pace of bank mergers slowed in the second quarter, but deal announcements still rose about 15% in the first half from a year earlier, according to SNL Financial.

Deal volume fell 12% from the first to the second quarter, and total deal values declined 31% during the same period, an SNL report issued Wednesday said. There were 50 bank and thrift deals worth $2.15 billion in the second quarter.

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