WASHINGTON - The Treasury Department yesterday joined the growing chorus of federal agencies telling Congress that legislation is not needed to regulate the derivatives markets.

"While the Treasury believes that these markets deserve considerable attention, thought, and study, there is no imminent threat that requires a quick, aggressive legislative response," Darcy Bradbury, the Treasury's deputy assistant secretary for federal finance, told a House subcommittee.

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