WASHINGTON — Federal regulators said Thursday that 10 of the 19 largest banking companies will need an additional $75 billion in capital to weather an extreme economic downturn over the next two years.

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, at a press conference announcing the results of the stress tests, indicated the companies are not expected to turn to the government for the money.

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