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Uncertainty continues to surround larger banks as the Eurozone worsens and global economic growth slows. Smaller regional banks may be a safer play heading into the summer as they are much less exposed to sovereign debt crises across the Atlantic and to the general slowing of the global economy. Register now to have free access to our reports on the Regional - Southeast Banks industry, and to do so please click the link below.
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Southeast regional banks First Horizon National Corp. and Regions Financial Corp. have performed encouragingly from the beginning of the year. Foreign markets have had a lesser effect on U.S. regional banks but there are concerns about the effect poor U.S. jobs data will have on the industry. Fewer provisions for loan losses have been one of the driving forces behind the industry's recovery. Stagnant job growth and spikes in unemployment may undo this trend and narrow margins for several banks.
Moving forward, regional banks should be able to provide near-term stability but if the jobs market continues to falter in the U.S., some or all of the progress seen this year could be undone. To see how companies in this industry have grown over the past years and how they are expected to perform in the future, please visit the link below.
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