WASHINGTON -- The Financial Accounting Standards Board is struggling to devise guidelines to recognize and measure the risks of derivative investments used in hedging.

Staff members working on the board's hedge accounting proposal say the guidelines may not come out until the middle of next year or even later. Just 12 days ago in a speech in Tokyo, Securities and Exchange Commission chairman Arthur Levitt said the standards board is expected to issue the proposal in the first quarter of 1995.

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