NEW YORK (
)--The Federal Reserve is expected to allow strong banks to up their dividend payments,
The Wall Street Journal
Bank regulators will soon issue detailed guidance explaining capital requirements banks must meet before increasing payouts to investors. Most banks have held off on raising dividend payments as they wait for clarity on how much of a capital cushion they are expected to have to protect against losses. While it has been widely understood those requirements are expected to increase, details have yet to be ironed out.
are among banks expected to be first in line to raise their dividends, according to a Sept. 29 report from Keefe, Bruyette & Woods.
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Written by Dan Freed in New York
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