U.S. regulators want large banks to hold higher levels of capital, WSJ reports

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Federal regulators, concerned that large U.S. banks remain a risk to the financial system, are pushing very large banks to hold higher levels of capital, reports the Wall Street Journal. That capital could likely include a minimum amount of unsecured long-term debt that would place a greater burden on creditors, not taxpayers, in the event of a bank's failure.

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