WASHINGTON — Even as they begin dropping credit ratings as a supervisory source, regulators signaled Tuesday they are worried about abandoning their use altogether, suggesting that potential alternatives are not much of an improvement.
The agencies issued a joint proposal laying out potential substitutes for credit ratings in setting capital minimums, but top officials warned that Congress' decision to eliminate them from the supervisory process may be a mistake.
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