With bank stocks hurt by investors fears of rising consumer credit problems, analysts are starting to search for bargains among banking companies having little actual exposure to consumer credit.

First Tennessee National Corp., whose shares fell more than 9% in June, is one such company, says Lehman Brothers analyst Sean Ryan. He slapped a buy rating on the Memphis bank's stock Tuesday, helping it climb 93 cents to $30.93.

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