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Bank shares aren’t bound to underperform in a credit crunch

Needless to say, economic downturns are usually bad news for US banks’ share prices. But banks haven’t always underperformed the overall stock market in a recession – even when there has been a banking crisis! That could conceivably be the case again this time around, given their respective valuations.

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