Banks successfully used computerized risk-management models to limit their losses in this week's turbulent stock and bond markets, according to regulators and bankers.

"There has been no material financial impact on any of the banks we regulate at this point," said Michael L. Brosnan, director of treasury and market risk at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. "That is an indicator that these models work."

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