NORWALK, Conn. - The American Bankers Association this week took its first stab at proposing a comprehensive framework for derivatives accounting.

The ABA accounting committee, in a meeting Tuesday with the Financial Accounting Standards Board - which has been trying since January 1992 to come up with a derivatives standard - recommended dividing the financial instruments into four categories.

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