WASHINGTON - Thrift regulators will formally propose today a detailed formula for reducing interest rate risk that could eventually apply to commercial banks that invest heavily in home mortgages.

The proposal would require about 80 thrifts to raise $170 million in capital, according to Tony Cornyn, a deputy assistant director of the Office of Thrift Supervision.

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