WASHINGTON -- To shore up supervision of the burgeoning derivatives market, the Comptroller of the Currency issued new guidelines Wednesday governing national banks' participation in the market.

Comptroller Eugene A. Ludwig, when he promised these guidelines on Sept. 27, said banks need a system to perform a coordinated evaluation of all the risks that derivatives pose.

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