WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke on Wednesday avoided giving specifics on how the central bank will oversee a growing list of nonbank financial companies deemed systemically risky.

Bernanke reiterated that regulators want to examine each firm on a case by case basis in order to determine the best approach to supervision.

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