WASHINGTON -- The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. may vote Tuesday to increase premiums to an average of just under 27 cents per $100 of insured deposits, from 23 cents currently.

Last spring, the FDIC's board members backed a proposal to increase the premium to 28 cents. But after a period of public comment, the board may decide tomorrow that a lesser increase is adequate.

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