U.S. banks may be putting the effects of the financial crisis behind them, but they remain vulnerable to an economic slowdown.

Low interest rates, high unemployment, lackluster growth and uncertainty over fiscal policy combine to make the environment uncertain for banks, according to a comment published Thursday by Moody's Investors Service.

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