Banks that reported losses on securities in their held for sale portfolios have already suffered a decline in stock price, but their troubles with securities valuation may be far from over, some analysts now say.

Because of the rules recently promulgated by the Financial Accounting Standards Board, under FAS 115, the fear is that the unrealized losses imbedded in banks' held-to-maturity portfolios may drive down bank stock prices still further.

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