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Citigroup, JPM on TBTF List; FERC Gets Tough

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Intergalactically Systemic: The list of really, really, waywayway too-big-to-fail banks is out, and Citigroup and JPMorgan Chase are on it. The Financial Stability Board, which is coordinating the international regulatory reform effort for the G20 economies, said Thursday that it had put the two New York banks in an echelon that would subject them to a 2.5% capital surcharge. That means that they would have to maintain common equity equal to 9.5%…

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