Banks that are active swap dealers got a shot in the arm this week from Gerald Corrigan, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

In a letter Tuesday to Rep. Dan Glickman, D-Kan., chairman of the subcommittee on wheat, soybeans, and feed grains of the House Agriculture Committee, Mr. Corrigan took the banks' side on swaps regulation.

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