The Financial Accounting Standards Board reissued its controversial derivatives proposal Tuesday.

The standards board said it would accept comments through Oct. 14 on the plan, which would require companies to report derivatives at fair market value on quarterly income statements. However, FASB is not expected to make fundamental changes to the proposal before adopting it at yearend.

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