1/15/2013

A growing number of U.S. money market fund companies are voluntarily disclosing daily fluctuations in net asset values. The trend, which includes Fidelity Investments, Charles Schwab, Federated Investors and Goldman Sachs, comes as regulators press the industry for more transparency. Some observers see the voluntary disclosures as a way to head off more costly regulations.

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