European regulators consider tighter restrictions on funds.
By Jim Brunsden, Bloomberg|March 29, 2013 at 05:57 AM
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Money-market funds may be forced by European Union regulators to hold minimum levels of liquid assets, and in some cases to hoard cash reserves, as part of a bid to toughen oversight of the $4.7 trillion global industry.
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