The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is expected today to discuss the status of its nearly yearlong program to guarantee bank liquidity destabilized by the crisis.

The Temporary Liquidity Guarantee Program — which was launched in October 2008 and offers banks blanket coverage of no-interest checking deposits and backing of their senior unsecured debt — is on the agenda for the FDIC's 10 a.m. board meeting.

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