WASHINGTON — The rapidly evolving financial crisis has made Bush administration officials and banking regulators participants in an almost regular weekend routine of hastily scheduled meetings and press briefings to discuss the latest moves to shore up the sector.

It's an approach that has some outsiders wondering when crisis management will give way to plans that yield structural solutions.

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