Problems with overseas exposure are increasing at large U.S. banks, and Latin American exposure is a particular threat, according to Veribanc, a bank rating service.

It reported that 39 of the 74 U.S. banking companies that told federal regulators they had overseas exposure at June 30 have loans outstanding to foreign borrowers which exceed their equity.

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