and thrift capital ratios below required minimums, the four federal regulatory agencies warned Tuesday.

According to an interagency statement, a small number of institutions might experience an increase in consumer deposits and temporary borrowing by corporate customers as the end of the year approaches. The result, they warned, might be a boost in those banks' asset levels without a corresponding increase in their capital reserves.

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