Fed's bank-liquidity proposal goes beyond Basel III

The Federal Reserve has proposed that the largest U.S. banks keep enough easily sold assets in reserve to get through a monthlong credit drought. The proposal is stricter than a Basel III measure adopted in January. The plan would most affect banks with more than $250 billion in assets and would kick in by 2017.

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