6/23/2008

Large investors are shying away from putting more money in banks that are suffering losses from bad loans and troubled investments, sources say. Many investors have already been burned once by bank stocks and fear the stocks have not yet hit bottom. "The window for capital-raising is closing," says Brad Evans, a portfolio manager for Heartland Advisors. "Investing in a bank right now means investing in a large portfolio of loans that are essentially a black box."

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