A vote of confidence from an influential analyst did little to lift bank stocks Monday, as jitters about overseas economies continued to rule the American market.

After a five-week slide led by banking stocks, analyst Robert Albertson of Goldman, Sachs & Co. said in a conference call to clients that investors have overreacted to concerns about how the Asian economic crisis would affect bank earnings.

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