Bank credit analysts in the Southeast, like others around the country, are bracing for the end of good times - what one banker here called "the best I can remember."

But while they see problems looming in their portfolios, lenders do not expect conditions to deteriorate to the depths experienced in the 1990-91 recession, when real estate losses savaged bank profits.

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