WASHINGTON — The Securities and Exchange Commission announced Monday that investors can for the first time access detailed information that money market funds file with the SEC under changes to Rule 2a-7 that it implemented last year.
The additional disclosures include information about a fund’s investments and the market-based price of its portfolio known as its “shadow” net-asset value, or mark-to-market valuation, rather than the stable $1.00 NAV at which fund shares are bought and sold.
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