WASHINGTON — Regulators unveiled a proposal Thursday that would institute tough new liquidity requirements on U.S. financial institutions, acknowledging that their plan is more "stringent" than a global framework suggested by international supervisors.

"The proposed Liquidity Coverage Ratio we review today is 'super-equivalent' to the Basel Committee's LCR standard," said Federal Reserve Board Gov. Daniel Tarullo during an open board meeting.

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