Brooksley Born, chairwoman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairwoman, promised Friday to put off regulation of swaps until January, but other financial regulators insisted on a longer delay.

Officials from the Federal Reserve Board, Treasury Department, and Securities Exchange Commission urged the House Banking Committee to prevent the Futures Commission from creating rules on swaps until at least October 1999. They said more time is needed to debate whether new rules are necessary.

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