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A brighter future for banks may require one for the economy

The share prices of US banks have recovered some ground since a low point in May, as concerns about further failures in the industry have abated; Treasury yields have rebounded; and the economy has remained resilient. Even so, we’re sceptical banks will keep outperforming the broader market, despite their relatively low valuations in general.

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