WASHINGTON — The House Financial Services Committee approved a bill 43 to 26 on Thursday designed to regulate derivatives after last minute additions that will cut into industry profits on such contracts.

The bill would direct tougher regulation toward dealers and major swaps participants. These categories would include large Wall Street banks, such as Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and JPMorgan Chase & Co., whose investment businesses contain divisions dedicated to offering companies such as manufacturers and energy firms derivatives contracts to hedge their exposures.

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