Money-Market Funds Should Kick Their Buck-a-Share Habitby
Object loudly, lobby Congress and predict horrible consequences for the economy and investors. Money-market funds, like their Wall Street banking kin, are learning how to fend off new regulations meant to prevent a replay of the financial crisis of 2008. One company, Federated Investors Inc., is even threatening to sue.
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