Bloomberg -- Most U.S. oversight of financial markets and institutions will continue to operate as usual during a government shutdown because most regulators are funded with independent revenue.

An exception would be the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the nation’s top derivatives overseer, which relies on congressional appropriations to pay for surveillance of markets for derivatives tied to oil, natural gas and interest rates, among other products.

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