Executives at several regional banks said this week that they have done what they could to resolve credit losses and now must wait on the economy before making more progress.
BB&T Corp., SunTrust Banks Inc. and TCF Financial Corp. are among a growing number of banks that claim to have pulled all the available levers, from tighter underwriting to aggressive asset sales, to rein in nonperforming assets.
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