WASHINGTON - Bankers have had two months to look at regulators' latest plan for measuring interest rate risk, and they're not impressed.

Their main complaint: Gathering the data that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., Federal Reserve Board, and the Office of Comptroller of the Currency want banks to submit will take a lot of time and money, but won't really help bankers manage the risks posed by sharp interest rate swings.

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