FDIC Approves Higher Insurance Fees for Large Banks

Big banks would be required to pay more into the government fund used to cover the cost of seizing failed banks under a proposal approved by U.S. regulators Tuesday. Bank of America (BAC), JP Morgan (JPM) and Citigroup (C) combined would pay about $1 billion more annually in assessments under the new system, according to industry estimates. – Reuters

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