WASHINGTON -- Two major banking bills ran into a roadblock Wednesday, as House-Senate negotiations were suspended to give lawmakers more time to deal with a nettlesome foreign bank issue.

Aides to the House and Senate banking committees said it was unclear when lawmakers would meet again to continue talks on interstate branching legislation and the community development financial institutions bill.

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