Two troubled Northeastern institutions with a combined $5.5 billion in assets will soon be seized by federal regulators, sources said Thursday.

First Constitution Bank of New Haven, Conn., could be seized and sold as early as today, the sources said. The seizure of Howard Savings Bank of Livingston, N.J., is likely by next week, they said.

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