WASHINGTON - The Financial Accounting Standards Board formally released a draft plan yesterday that would require banks to value their investment securities, including some municipal bonds, at their current market value rather than their original market price.

Under the board's so-called mark-to-market proposal, however, banks could continue to report at the original purchase price those bonds that they intend to hold to maturity.

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