WASHINGTON S&L Charter Flips May Threaten Premium Cut The banking industry's anxiously awaited deposit insurance rate cut could be delayed if thrifts succeed in moving funds into the Bank Insurance Fund. That threat became more urgent as the nation's largest thrift, Home Savings of America, disclosed plans to charter a savings bank insured by the bank fund in order to shift funds out of the Savings Association Insurance Fund.

March 10

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