Foreign Banks Pull In Their Horns In The U.S.

It wasn't too long ago that U.S.-based subsidiaries of foreign banks were handily winning market share from their U.S.-owned counterparts--particularly in providing commercial and industrial loans to American businesses. But now, as economist Gary Schlossberg at Wells Fargo Bank notes, the pendulum is swinging in the other direction.

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