A wild House Banking Committee session Thursday produced a rescue plan for the thrift fund that would dramatically cut the industry's costs and would require the Federal Reserve to contribute financially.

Under the repayment formula that lawmakers approved, banks would pay roughly $320 million a year through 1999 on the controversial Financing Corp. bonds. Thrifts would pick up the remaining $450 million due each year on the bonds.

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