WASHINGTON — Large bank holding companies that underwent stress-testing by the Federal Reserve Board have improved their capital planning since the financial crisis, but several deficiencies remain that need to be corrected soon, the agency warned Monday.

"There is still considerable room for advancement across a number of dimensions," the Fed said in a paper intended to detail best practices for bank holding companies.

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