The Treasury Department approved an interim rule Wednesday aimed at eliminating nearly two million currency transaction reports filed by banks every year.

Effective May 1, banks will no longer have to report $10,000 transactions involving other domestic banks; federal, state, or local government agencies; or companies whose stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange, American Stock Exchange, Nasdaq, or their subsidiaries if the parent corporation files a consolidated tax return.

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