Government regulator stress testing will probably result in some form of nationalization for the nation's largest banks, say credit union economists.

"The status quo appears increasingly untenable," Mike Schenk, CUNA economics and statistics vice president said.

The implied government guarantee that comes with nationalization should help to reduce market uncertainty and at least initially, increase confidence in these institutions, he said.

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