The New York State Legislature adjourned Thursday morning without granting a permanent extension of interest rate deregulation sought by bankers.

Legislators, in an all-night session, instead extended the current law through the end of January. They tabled the permanent-extension bill to allow further debate over a package of consumer protection amendments.

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