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Fidelity Sees Consensus on Limiting Scope of Money-Fund Overhaul

Financial Planning News

Tue, 12 Mar 2013

Fidelity Investments, the biggest U.S. manager of money-market mutual funds, said there is growing agreement among company leaders and regulators to limit any new rules for the products to those eligible to buy corporate debt.

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