The Treasury has dashed the U.S. Postal Service's hopes of striking out on its own in the capital markets, costing Wall Street underwriters a potential $2 billion-a-year customer.

Treasury officials outlined their position in congressional testimony yesterday, saying the service must continue to use the Federal Financing Bank as its execlusive borrowing source.

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