Bank acquisitions surged during the third quarter, but you wouldn't know it by the bearish outlook provided by big banks in recent weeks.
Downbeat forecasts on consolidation from Wells Fargo (WFC), BB&T (BBT), People's United Financial and other large banking companies reinforced an emerging consensus among investors and analysts that small banks will dominate the next wave of deals.
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