Bank deposits could get a modest lift as bruised investors exit the stock market, but any rise is likely to be short-lived, bankers said.

Yields on certificates of deposit are too low to be attractive to many investors, and a flood of money into CDs would only depress yields further, said Richard Hartnack, vice chairman of Unionbancal Corp., San Francisco.

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