BANGKOK - Boston Federal Reserve Bank President Eric Rosengren said Monday that U.S. banks have "dramatically" better liquidity conditions and are much better capitalized than in the past, something regulators have focused on in order to ensure they are prepared for future financial shocks.

"I think there's an open question about whether capital ratios are high enough and whether liquidity is enough. And I think that's something that we'll have to wrestle with over the future years," he said in a question and answer session at Sasin Bangkok Forum here.

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