Banks' off-balance-sheet derivatives holdings continue to march upward, a top federal regulator said Friday.

Douglas E. Harris, senior deputy comptroller of the currency, said that at the end of the second quarter, 666 banks held derivatives with a notional amount of $15.3 trillion. At the end of last year, 669 banks held derivatives with a notional amount of $11.9 trillion.

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