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Divine valuation abandonment

1 October 2012 By Antony Currie

A rule that forces them to book gains and losses on their own liabilities may at last be scrapped. At best, the accounting standard, implemented just ahead of the crisis, is a needless distraction – at worst, a way to mask a bad quarter. Its demise is overdue, but welcome.

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