WASHINGTON -- Bank and thrift regulators told Congress Tuesday that they are already adequately regulating banks' derivatives activities and argued vehemently against legislation that would mandate further oversight.

"The administration's view at this point is not to encourage legislation," said Comptroller of the Currency Eugene A. Ludwig.

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