WASHINGTON - A Federal Reserve governor says regulators should have a more open mind about the growing derivatives market.

Speaking at an American Bar Association meeting on future trends, Governor Wayne D. Angell said Friday that he views the growing derivatives market as an international competitiveness issue. "The United States, leading the world in the development of these kinds" of market instruments, should not be slowed by regulators' confusion about them, he said.

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