The House and Senate banking committees will delve into a variety of issues ranging from electronic commerce to financial modernization after Congress returns from its August recess next week.

Nine hearings already are slated for September, including an appearance by Treasury Secretary Robert E. Rubin to lay out the Clinton administration's strategy for making all federal payments electronically by 1999.

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