The banking and thrift agencies on Monday proposed standardizing risk-based capital rules for mutual fund investments and some residential property loans.

Under the proposal, capital requirements for state-chartered institutions could be lowered as much as 80% for the portion of mutual fund holdings in U.S. government bonds and other low-risk investments. National banks and thrifts already get similar breaks.

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