A glut of "plain vanilla" derivatives in the marketplace apparently is slowing trading revenue growth for banks that deal in the financial contracts.

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency reported a 6% increase in total notional value of derivatives in the second quarter, but a 3% drop in trading revenues, mainly due to a drop in interest rate contract revenues.

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