In a move to preempt trading disasters similar to those in other markets this year, the Comptroller's office has issued new examiner guidelines for banks' activities in emerging markets.

While the new guidelines provide a blueprint for managing risks associated with the nearly $3 trillion market for debt of lesser-developed nations, the directive also clarifies the agency's views on compensation of traders.

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