A small upside is emerging to the big losses banks have booked since 2008: They're starting to get some of that money back.
So-called recoveries — or money bankers believed borrowers weren't going to return — rose late last year at many of the country's large and midsize banks as they received stronger payments on troubled business mortgages and sold problem assets at a gain.
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