Mark-to-Market Accounts Signal Caution for InvestorsRay Ball
May 3 (Bloomberg) -- Mark-to-market accounting has long been viewed in academia as the gold standard for preparing financial statements. The rule makers, the Financial Accounting Standards Board and the International Accounting Standards Board, are coming to the same view. Yet shifting to those norms has some adverse consequences for investors.
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