WASHINGTON - A thrift trade group is warning that thinks and thrifts may have to begin marking collateralized mortgage obligations to market value at the end of the month, if regulations aren't changed.

The problem arises because mortgage are being refinanced at a furious rate these days, the Savings and Community Bankers of America said in a letter to the four bank and thrift regulatory agencies.

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