WASHINGTON — Lawmakers unexpectedly added an overhaul of the deposit insurance system to the final regulatory reform legislation on Tuesday, adding sweeping provisions that were not part of either the House or Senate revamp bills.
The changes would permanently set the deposit insurance limit at $250,000, extend a program to provide unlimited guarantees for certain accounts and give the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. more flexibility to set premiums.
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