Raising the latest yellow flag over the financial sector, Goldman, Sachs & Co. on Wednesday cut its expectations for the thrift industry, saying low interest rates would halt its string of double-digit revenue gains.

Earnings-per-share growth for thrifts will likely slip next year by one- third as asset growth and net interest margins flatten, analysts Michael Hodes and Robert Hottensen said in a note to clients.

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