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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is currently considering a proposal that would require institutional investors to account for their holdings in prime money-market funds—those that invest in short-term corporate debt—using a variable net asset value (NAV), rather than the stable NAV that is currently the industry standard. The proposal was announced in June, and the deadline for comments is September 17.

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