WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke on Wednesday said regulators would take additional steps to eliminate the problem of "too big to fail" if current efforts fall short.

Although he noted progress that regulators have made, including new capital and liquidity rules targeting the largest institutions, the central banker was clear that "too big to fail" has not yet been solved.

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