Hostilities between U.S. futures exchanges and banks that offer privately negotitated derivatives contracts burst into the open again Wednesday at a Congressional hearing on the Commodity Exchange Act.

Patrick H. Arbor, chairman of the Chicago Board of Trade, used the forum to urge the Senate Agriculture Committee to "eliminate the opportunity" for the derivatives dealers "to escape" the jurisdiction of the act.

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