An increasing number of bankers believe loan portfolios have become more vulnerable to an economic downturn, the Federal Reserve said Monday.

Of respondents for the 57 large banks surveyed, 25% said their chargeoff and delinquency rates had become more likely to rise if the economy slowed. Only 16.4% said their ability to weather a slump had improved.

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