Shares in some of the nation's best banks have been crushed this earnings season. The culprit? Declining net interest margins -- the difference between what banks collect on interest-earning assets and what they pay out on interest-bearing liabilities. In the video below, Fool contributor John Maxfield discusses why this may be a mistake, and what it means for investors.
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