Larry Cohn admits the bearish view of bank stocks he took in late 1994 was wrong in several ways - but he still expects to be right.

Banks over the past year kept a far tighter lid on expenses and held off rebuilding loan-loss reserves much longer than the veteran analyst at PaineWebber Inc. imagined they could.

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