WASHINGTON — Regulators' patience is running thin for banks that continue to overindulge in leveraged loans despite repeated warnings from the agencies over the past two years.

Regulators said Friday they are going to ramp up reviews on leveraged loans after a report found such credits are still the vast majority of criticized assets among large commercial loans shared by lenders.

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