WASHINGTON — The credit risk in U.S. banks' derivatives trading fell in the third quarter as financial markets continued to stabilize, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency said Friday.

The OCC said that net current credit exposure, which the agency uses to measure the risk of derivatives trading, fell 13% to $484 billion during the third quarter. That is down from $800 billion at the height of the financial crisis last year.

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