US regulators approve new-look liquidity rule despite opposition
US financial regulators have approved measures requiring major banks to prove their funding can endure one year of stress, amid objections from minority members of the Federal Reserve and FDIC boards that the revamped rule “defeats the purpose” of the original proposal.
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