NEW YORK — Shares of some regional banks that haven't yet repaid Troubled Asset Relief Program funds slid Tuesday as repayments from their larger counterparts were again the talk of the market, leading to speculation about when and how the regional banks will repay their government funding.

Wells Fargo & Co. earlier Tuesday priced its $10.4 billion stock offering, intended to help it repay $25 billion in government support, and said it could raise more capital to avoid selling non-strategic assets. Citigroup Inc. and Bank of America Corp. have also recently signed agreements with regulators to repay the funds.

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