Federal regulators tried to calm fears Tuesday that stock market volatility would disrupt the banking system or the economy.

"I have not heard of any problems that cause me any extraordinary concern," said Wayne Rushton, senior deputy comptroller for bank supervision policy at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. "Things are working as they are supposed to work; the execution and clearing systems are perking along very smoothly."

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