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Money Market Funds Are About to Get Some New Fees

If you’re invested in a money market fund, you’ll want to pay attention to some new rules the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) will establish this week. Specifically, the rules allow some of these funds to charge their shareholders fees of up to 2% for withdrawing money. Read more...
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