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How are gains and losses from fair value hedges reported in the financial statements?

A fair value hedge is the hedge of an exposure to changes in fair value of an asset, liability, or unrecognized firm commitment. Gains or losses will be recognized immediately in earnings. There is no balance sheet impact for fair value hedges. The treatment for fair value hedges is different from the treatment of a cash flow hedge.


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