Atlanta - The Municipal Electric Authority of Georgia's $907 million investment portfolio, about 12% of which is in derivatives, suffered a $40.3 million market loss this year, authority officials said Friday.

But Ron Vasquez, vice president of financial services, said that he does not expect the authority to suffer actual losses from the current price depreciation of securities held in the portfolio.

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