While the nation's smallest banks scored a victory of sorts this month in fair-value accounting rules, banks that didn't prove small enough to make the $100 million-asset cutoff are still fuming.

The Financial Accounting Standards Board is exempting banks of $100 million in assets or less from reporting the "fair value" of assets and liabilities under Standard 107.

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