WASHINGTON — The U.S. government should let it's debt guarantee program for banks expire at the end of October as scheduled, but should put an emergency backstop program in place, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. staff said Tuesday.

FDIC staff said in a final rule, which the FDIC board is scheduled to vote on, that the FDIC's guarantee of senior unsecured debt should be allowed to expire on October 31.

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