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The Wall Street Journal says at least seven of 19 U.S. banks will need a combined $65-billion (U.S.). The entire group that is deemed to need more capital will require less than $100-billion combined, according to the New York Times.

Need more

Citigroup Inc. $5-billion (U.S.)

Bank of America $34-billion

Wells Fargo $13-billion to $15-billion

GMAC $11.5-billion

Morgan Stanley $1.5-billion

Don't need more

American Express

Bank of New York Mellon

Capital One Financial

Goldman Sachs

JP Morgan Chase

MetLife

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