WASHINGTON — A highly anticipated report by the Government Accountability Office has found that the subsidy the largest banks receive from the perception that they will be bailed out by the government has been reduced or even eliminated.

While the report was not released until Thursday afternoon, a top GAO official previewed it in written testimony made available in the morning.

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