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Money Market Funds: Re-Weight and See

Money market reform in the US has progressed with the speed of a snail on valium. The idea was first floated in 2008 after the Reserve Primary Money Market Fund’s net asset value fell below $1 per share, unexpectedly saddling investors in the “cash-like” instruments with very real losses. The drop triggered a stampede out of money funds and calls in Congress for tighter regulation of the industry.

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John Goff/Global Finance

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