WASHINGTON — The Deposit Insurance Fund, on the verge of gaining access to an extra $70 billion, is facing mounting costs from the handful of multibillion-dollar institutions on the edge of collapse.

Those losses are likely to influence how much the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. charges banks when it meets Friday to set a special assessment on the industry.

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