The mutual-fund industry, in what may be the last round of lobbying against tighter rules for money-market funds, rejected a scaled-back proposal to force only the riskiest funds to give up their stable $1 share price.
SEC’s Money-Fund Compromise Faces Opposition in Final Battle
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