WASHINGTON — The nation's largest financial institutions will have more time to dispute the results of "stress tests" conducted by federal regulators, several people familiar with the situation said Tuesday.

Though regulators have not specified deadlines in official documents, it has been widely assumed that banks would lodge their complaints by Tuesday before the results are released to the public on May 4.

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