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Regulators move to tighten capital requirements for big banks

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Big banks in the U.S. are facing the prospects of tighter capital requirements as regulators move forward with regulations intended to prevent another financial crisis. Three regulatory agencies on Tuesday proposed raising the required leverage ratio, a stringent measure of banks’ reserves, by two percentage points to 5 percent. Regulators also approved final rules for implementing the Basel...

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