WASHINGTON - The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. announced Tuesday that the Bank Insurance Fund will be rebuilt in 1995, but refused to say when premiums will come down.

At an open meeting Tuesday, the agency also announced that it is considering changing die base against which deposit insurance is levied. Since its creation in 1934, the FDIC has used total domestic deposits to figure how much a bank owes.

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