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* Banks expecting Moody's decision "imminently" -sources * Agency first put lenders under review in mid-June * Funding fears have led to depressed share valuations By Lionel Laurent PARIS, Sept 10 (Reuters) - France's top banks are bracing themselves for a likely credit rating downgrade from Moody's, sources close to the situation said on Saturday, further complicating their efforts to assure investors they are riding out the tensions in funding markets. Several sources said on Saturday that BNP Paribas , Societe Generale and Credit Agricole were expecting an "imminent" decision from the ratings agency, which first put them under review for possible downgrade on June 15.