The regulators have scrapped a plan to require banks use a standard model to calculate capital for interest rate risk, drawing cheers from industry officials.

"They did the right thing," said Pamela Martin, the manager of regulatory relations for Robert Morris Associates. "Banks treat interest rate risk too many different ways and they are involved in so many different markets that it is just too broad a thing to have a model for."

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