Banks are making headway toward resolving their year- 2000 computer problems but are not out of trouble yet, regulators told lawmakers Thursday.

At a hearing hosted by the House Banking Committee, agency chiefs said 19 of every 20 financial institutions nationwide have satisfied interim goals. Federal Reserve Board Governor Edward W. Kelley Jr. testified that banks have made "significant progress in renovating their systems."

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