Banks could be gearing up to issue a substantial amount of subordinated debt as the economic environment becomes more favorable, bank bond analysts said.

In recent months U.S. domestic banks have issued little subordinated debt-primarily because they are still stuffed with capital from their issuance of trust-preferred securities during the past year.

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