Tuesday - after four years of paying record prices for deposit insurance - banks will probably win a reduction in rates.

It was 1991 when the government nearly doubled bank insurance rates to 23 cents for every $100 of domestic deposits. But the Bank Insurance Fund is now recapitalized and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is expected to cut premiums to an average of 4.5 cents.

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