WASHINGTON - The growing derivatives market, until now almost bereft of guidance on tax issues, has suddenly been hit with a number of new tax requirements from Congress and federal regulatory agencies.

These include the tax law's new mark-to-market requirements and several sets of regulations issued by the Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service on the arbitrage consequences and tax treatment of swaps and other hedging and non-hedging derivatives transactions.

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