WASHINGTON - Two key House leaders have agreed that banks should not be required to move existing securities activities to holding company subsidiaries if the Glass-Steagall Act is repealed, industry sources said Wednesday.

Though negotiations between the banking committee and the commerce panel continued Wednesday, the major points of a deal governing bank securities activities appeared to have been nailed down.

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