WASHINGTON -- The Commodity Futures Trading Commission will consider proposals next week that could eventually free the trading of some derivatives products on U.S. futures exchanges from the burdens of federal oversight.

One of the proposals to be considered will be a petition submitted last year by the Chicago Board of Trade to allow products to be traded among sophisticated investors without government regulation.

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