Bank Stocks' Autumn Revival May Not Mean Economic Indian Summer, Analysts Are Saying

Matthews, Gordon
November 1998
American Banker;11/2/1998, Vol. 163 Issue 210, p32
Trade Publication
Reports that bank stocks stabilized in October 1998 due to interest rate cuts by the United States Federal Reserve and announcement of Japan's bailout plan for its own banks. Concern over business conditions in the US; Drop in consumer sentiment; Combined trade surplus of Asian countries.


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