No Holiday For The BanksBy
If the health of the U. S. banking industry is any gauge of the economy, the current recession got its start about a year ago. Loan write-offs began climbing almost from the beginning of 1990. Bank earnings slumped. Bank stocks plunged. Now, with the economy in a bona fide downturn, many bankers are bracing for more rough times in 1991.
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