By Rachelle Younglai and Karey Wutkowski
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is scrutinizing the liquidity of investment banks it supervises and is planning to require the top Wall Street firms to publicly disclose their current liquidity and capital positions, SEC officials said on Wednesday.
Attention has been on funding at the biggest U.S. investment banks since March, when Bear Stearns Cos Inc nearly collapsed after a sharp decline in its liquidity.
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