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A large portion of corporate treasuries now execute short-term investments, such as money funds and commercial paper, online.

According to a recent SunGard survey of 164 corporations, 60% use online portals to invest in money-market funds, commercial paper, and other short-term options, in line with the 61% that said they traded online in SunGard’s 2013 survey. That’s up from the 43% that did so in 2012 and 37% in 2011.

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