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SEC’s Money Market Fund Reforms Would Let Some Share Prices Float

Perspectives Content Submission

Thu, 27 Jun 2013

Key Points The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently proposed reforms to the rules for money market funds. If the changes are approved, funds geared to institutional investors may no longer have a stable $1-per-share price. However, the vast majority of individual investors wouldn’t see

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