The federal bank agencies released final guidelines Wednesday urging better management of liquidity risk.

The guidelines are meant to align earlier regulatory policies with a September 2008 document from the international Basel Committee on Bank Supervision. Under the new standards, institutions are expected to use cash-flow projections and stress-testing, have diverse funding sources and maintain a cushion of liquid assets.

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