WASHINGTON — With rock-bottom interest rates expected to begin rising soon, regulators and industry representatives are increasingly concerned about institutions' ability to weather a boomerang effect on their funding costs.
The abnormally low rates have allowed banks to expand their balance sheets, but fueled worries that some institutions with heavy use of short-term funds may be caught flat-footed when interest rates go up.
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