Last week's selloff marked the beginning of a slow period for bank stocks that could last several months, analysts said.

Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan's congressional testimony Tuesday, in which he suggested that the stock market is overinflated and that the Fed may raise rates to head off inflation, could depress bank stocks until the central bank acts-probably in May, according to most observers.

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