WASHINGTON Banks Due a Refund For Late Premium Cut

The government is expected to owe the banking industry nearly $2 billion by the time the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. finally cuts its rates in September. Banks will be charged the current, high premiums through Sept. 30, though the FDIC estimates that the Bank Insurance Fund hit its required reserve level in April - about three months earlier than expected.

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