It's beginning to look like the rest of the world may follow the U.S.' lead when it comes to tougher capital standards.

An international regulatory body said this week that they are looking at setting new, enhanced leverage ratio requirements for the largest global banks, a move that echoes the higher standards in the U.S.' supplemental leverage ratio and demonstrates why going beyond international accords can influence the rest of the world.

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