By Karen Brettell NEW YORK, Sept 28 (Reuters) - U.S. banks' bonds are likely to continue their recent gains as improving prices in assets, including risky mortgage loans, boost revenues and demand for corporate debt remains strong. Risks that banks take new losses to loans from commercial real estate could weigh on their debt in the intermediate term, however. A shift away from short-term funding sources to longer-term debt could also push up debt yields. U.S. bank bond spreads have ...
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