WASHINGTON - Coming revisions in the quarterly call report will require banks to break down in more detail sources of noninterest income, Federal Reserve Board Governor Roger W. Ferguson Jr. said Monday.

After leaving the quarterly call report unchanged last year while bankers tended to year-2000 issues, regulators plan to propose a slew of changes expected to take effect early next year.

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