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Liquid gold

25 October 2013 By Daniel Indiviglio

The central bank and other U.S. watchdogs want American lenders’ liquidity buffers to be safer and in place more quickly than international rules demand. This is likely to hit banks’ bottom lines and dissuade others from bulking up. It’s a smart way to foster financial stability.

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