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Treasuries burned by investments in supposedly safe, tradeable securities that suddenly became illiquid are pinning the blame on loose investment policies, rating agencies that failed to detect underlying credit risk and brokers who carelessly sold instruments to treasury investors that neither understood. Now staffs are considering how to fix these problems and prevent a next time. Investment experts have plenty of suggestions.

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