WASHINGTON — Seven years after declaring a truce in a battle with large banks over tracking their insured deposits, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. reopened the fight Tuesday with a new proposal that would take an even tougher stance.

The agency released a proposal that would require 37 mega and regional banks to revamp their recordkeeping and modify their systems so they know almost exactly how many insured deposits they have at the end of every close of business.

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