U.S. Banks Facing Main Street Squeeze as Economy Saps EarningsChristine Harper
Two U.S. Treasury secretaries and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke provided capital and cheap loans to banks during the last three years to help fuel an economic revival. It hasn’t worked out.
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