WASHINGTON -- The Financial Standards Accounting Board said it may issue draft standards before next April that would require dealers and users of derivatives to disclose more about their derivatives activities in their financial statements.

"The plan is to try to do something quite rapidly," said Halsey Bullen, a FASB project manager, in an interview last week.

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