WASHINGTON — Federal regulators issued guidelines Tuesday on how banks and other financial institutions should account for impaired loans that they plan to sell.

The guidelines apply to loans by banks, thrifts, or credit unions that were not originated with the intention of being sold, and which have declined in value for reasons other than a drop in interest or foreign exchange rates.

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