Battered bank stocks swooned again last week on news that the Federal Reserve had raised short-term interest rates, and analysts held out little hope for an immediate rebound.

The prospect of tighter net interest margins is keeping investors away from bank stocks, analysts said, and news of restructuring charges by a few banks has only worsened the market psychology.

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