First question, no, I think only Fuji's sport level bike (named Newest) has compact frame geometry from looking at the bikes.
Second question, compact frames have downward sloping top tubes, which lowers the stand over height (not a big deal actually). Also theoretically they have a lower center of gravity. In GENERAL, traditional geometry frames have longer wheelbases and are designed for more comfort and stability. Supposedly they are easier to make and allow for wider range of sizing which is maybe why many companies have decided to make all compact geometry bikes.
Having said that, traditional geometry bikes with horizontal top tubes can and are designed for aggressive riding and compact frames for comfort etc. Otherwise, no big difference.
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