The U.S. banking agencies are close to giving up on devising a capital standard for interest-rate risk.

This would be a big victory for bankers, who have criticized regulators' rate risk proposals as burdensome and flawed. It would also mark a big step by U.S. bank supervisors away from the idea that uniform capital standards can effectively account for risk.

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