WASHINGTON -- Rules requiring banks to expand disclosures of derivatives activities are likely to be delayed until March 1995, six months after the original target date.

Bank regulators plan to meet today to consider postponing the new reporting requirements. Officials said Wednesday that they need the extra time to decide which disclosures would give the agencies a better grasp of the risks posed by derivatives.

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