Federal regulators on Wednesday dumped plans to require banks to write off all loans that are more than 150 days past due.

Rather, the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council said lenders must continue to charge off open-ended loans such as credit cards at 180 days past due and closed-end loans like mortgages at 120 days past due.

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