Ratings of U.S. banks will diverge more sharply as the current cycle of improved earnings for banks draws to an end, according to the credit rating agency IBCA Inc.

"The past two years have been very positive for banks, and ratings moved in unison upward," said Mark Gross, an IBCA senior vice president. "We'll be more selective, and it's going to be more company-specific."

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