U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, in Europe to meet with regulators in London and Paris, said they shouldn’t necessarily overreact to the credit crisis by imposing additional regulations, Dow Jones reports.

Paulson said the credit crisis and investment firms’ lower appetite for risk will eventually pass, and that in the meanwhile, regulators shouldn’t impose tighter requirements on financial services firms because that could stunt innovation.

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