WASHINGTON — Regulators charged with overseeing derivatives markets said Friday that they would need Congress to grant them powers beyond those they stand to gain through a derivatives bill that the House Financial Services Committee passed earlier last week.

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission and the Securities and Exchange Commission released a joint report on ways to harmonize their regulatory responsibilities to better oversee securities, futures and derivatives markets. Among the 20 recommendations in the report were suggestions for a tie-breaking mechanism and a joint enforcement task force that would require more legislation.

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