WASHINGTON - Banks' off-balance-sheet derivatives holdings have leveled off at about $15 trillion over the past three quarters, the Comptroller's office plans to announce today.

The agency's data suggests that the vast majority of bank derivatives activity is conducted at dealer banks, rather than at banks that are end- users of the complex financial products.

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