Holding out for more powers, the Bankers Roundtable is likely to oppose the latest version of the House Banking Committee chairman's Glass-Steagall reform bill, sources said Friday.

However, Bankers Roundtable legislative director Alfred Pollard said the big bank trade group made no decision during meetings Thursday and board members are scheduled to continue deliberations today.

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