The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority fined Chicago-based Nuveen Investments $3 million for creating and distributing misleading brochures to promote the sale of auction rate preferred securities.
Auction rate securities are debt securities sold through a dutch auction that are sold at an interest rate that will clear the market at the lowest possible yield. But they act like short-term securities because they are resold with new interest rates in periodic auctions.
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