Rising interest rates and slow economic growth have prompted Dean Witter Reynolds analyst Anthony R. Davis to rethink his ratings of bank stocks.

Banks that had depended on cleaning up their balance sheets and lowering costs for earnings growth now must depend on revenue growth, Mr. Davis argues. And he is skeptical that revenue will be easy to grow.

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