WASHINGTON -- Defending the record of their agencies and the industry, financial regulators urged lawmakers Wednesday to delay consideration of derivatives-related legislation.

The agencies' current authority - as well as their extensive flew monitoring programs - is adequate to ensure proper oversight of derivatives markets, said five top bank, securities, and futures regulators.

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