Investors begin to question fair value accounting

02/27/2008 | Reuters

Fair value accounting, touted as a way to increase transparency, is now questioned by investors who have seen their markets evaporate in the credit squeeze. Critics say the accounting practice is not worth the volatility it causes, as exemplified by Merrill Lynch, Citigroup and other firms that have posted massive writedowns on hard-to-value assets.

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