WASHINGTON - Bowing to pressure from major banks, an international supervisory body proposed Wednesday to let bankers judge their own exposures to market risk, rather than use regulatory formulas.

The proposal from the Basel Committee - composed of regulators from 12 countries who meet under the auspices of the Bank of International Settlements in Switzerland - covers only assets banks actively trade.

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