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A rule change that eased capital requirements for major banks will expire as planned on March 31, the Federal Reserve said on Friday.
The pandemic-era policy to give banks relief from what is formally called the supplementary leverage ratio allowed Wall Street firms to keep less cash on hand against Treasurys than usual. The rule aimed to free up banks’ abilities to lend during the downturn, as well as cut down on bond-market froth. By no longer counting Treasurys and central bank deposits when calculating the amount of reserves needed, banks would have more cash details ⇒
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