The federal bank and thrift agencies Friday clarified the capital treatment of mortgage loans modified under the administration's plan to reduce foreclosures.

The regulators' interim final rule — which gives companies 30 days to comment — says that after a modification institutions can hold the same amount of capital against a specific type of loan that was required before the workout.

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