Just nine U.S. banks are likely to be subject to the government's proposed market risk capital rules.

The proposals, issued by the banking agencies last July, initially would have required about 25 big banks and a few small ones to set aside capital to account for swings in the value of their derivatives, securities, and foreign exchange portfolios.

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