Regulators urge SEC to act on money funds
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Regulators urge SEC to act on money funds

New York City : NY : USA | Nov 13, 2012 at 3:03 PM PST
Source: MarketWatch
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A council of federal regulators charged with identifying risks to the financial system unanimously voted Tuesday to introduce three proposals urging the Securities and Exchange Commission to impose new regulations on the $2.7 trillion money-market fund industry. FULL ARTICLE AT MarketWatch
 
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