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Rainy day money

14 September 2010 By Peter Thal Larsen

Most lenders are comfortably above the new 7 percent minimum capital ratio set by regulators. But extra reserves to dampen the economic cycle, and to make systemic banks safer, could eat up much of the excess. It’s too early for banks to think about returning cash.

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