Bankers around the country are viewing 1995 with trepidation. Given the inevitable compression and interest margins, which are still overwhelmingly the primary source of income for most banks, earnings prospects appear dimmer than originally anticipated.

What should banks do to avoid swinging like the rest of the crowd with the net interest margin pendulum? Can banks transform themselves over the short term to improve performance and yield higher stock value?

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