WASHINGTON -- Banks should vary loan rates with the credit risk posed by a borrower, Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan said Tuesday.

"The majority of banks are playing a losing game with their current and potential competitors by employing only one interest rate per facility for borrowers of widely varying risk," Mr. Greenspan told participants at Garn Institute of Finance conference in Salt Lake City.

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