WASHINGTON -- Bank regulators are searching for a way to keep new accounting rules from whipsawing regulatory capital levels.

Jonathan L. Fiechter, acting director of the Office of Thrift Supervision, said Thursday that the four banking agencies are working to devise a solution to the paper volatility the new mark-to-market rule creates.

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