Moody's Investors Service placed the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago's subordinated debt on review Monday for a possible downgrade.

Analysts have expressed concern that the Chicago bank might be unable to make interest payments if its regulatory capital slips below required levels. Capital levels at the bank — and several other Home Loan banks — could take a hit from souring mortgage investments when fourth-quarter results are released next month.

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