Free Ride Ending for Money-Market Funds
Of all the outrages endured during the financial crisis, perhaps the most perplexing involved money-market mutual funds. In an example of moral hazard writ large, this uninsured risk instrument -- with $2.57 trillion in assets -- somehow became too big to fail. Five years later, the Securities and Exchange Commission is finally taking steps to address this.
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