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Companies use derivatives to hedge inflation and other risks, and they can employ hedge accounting to reduce the volatility those instruments may cause in their financial statements by matching hedging instruments against the items being hedged. However, accounting standard setters’ efforts to facilitate the reporting of financial instruments now appear headed in different directions, potentially creating a new set of complications.

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