The recent uptick in oil prices seems to have eased concerns about banks' energy exposure, at least temporarily.

On earnings conference calls Tuesday, two of the country's top lenders to oil and gas firms — Comerica and Regions Financial — fielded only a handful of questions about the depths of their vulnerability. Just three months ago, when oil prices were hovering around $30 a barrel, energy was all analysts wanted to talk about.

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