Some of the nation's biggest banks are strategically expanding in fast-growing markets, even as scores of closings garner the biggest headlines.

Large institutions, intent on cutting costs and responding to changing consumer habits, have been pruning by selling and closing branches after spending decades building coast-to-coast operations.

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