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Capital rules that weigh risk are set for brokers; accord could affect guidelines for banks.

SEP 26, 1991 1:00am ET

WASHINGTON -- Securites regulators from 15 industrialized nations have reached an accord that marks an important step toward aligning capital standards for banks and securities firms.

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