WASHINGTON -- Despite the industry's record earnings, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. decided Tuesday to stand by its plan to increase bank premiums in January.

Under the decision, premiums will increase to an average of 25.4 cents for each $100 of domestic deposits. Currently, banks pay a flat rate of 23 cents.

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