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The Reserve Primary Fund’s “breaking the buck” in 2008 sent investors in the $2.7 trillion money-market mutual fund (MMF) market running for the exits and regulators reaching for new rules to safeguard the short-term investments. More than three years later, the Securities and Exchange Commission’s expected proposals for additional safeguards are running into vehement opposition.

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