WASHINGTON — Two federal regulators issued guidance Thursday on deposit-advance products that establish strict underwriting standards for payday loans offered by banks and any related third-party vendor.

The guidance requires banks to review a borrower's future payment ability for short-term loans, often called payday loans. Regulators argue these short-term loans typically have higher fees and can cause borrowers to repeatedly overdraw their account.

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