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Corporate treasury executives say they will decrease their company’s investments in money-market funds if the Securities and Exchange Commission implements proposed changes to the regulation of such funds. But they plan to invest more in money funds if the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.’s unlimited coverage for business demand deposit accounts ends, as it is scheduled to do on Dec. 31, according to a survey of 242 treasury professionals conducted by Strategic Treasurer, an Atlanta-based consulting company, and Capital Advisors Group, an investment advisor in Red Bank, N.J.

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