Regulators at the Securities and Exchange Commission issued a report to Congress on Tuesday that supports maintaining mark-to-market rules, rejecting a push from the banking industry to suspend the rules.Critics of the rules say the regulations mandate write-downs and don't reflect the true value of some assets, particularly mortgage-linked assets that could increase in value in time.The SEC said suspending the rules would weaken transparency and ultimately hurt investors and the capital markets.
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