WASHINGTON — The slowdown in failures has led the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. to pull back on its budgeting.
On the same day it proposed new capital requirements for all institutions, the FDIC's board of directors approved a 2011 agency budget of $3.96 billion, a 0.7% drop from the previous year.
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