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Boston Capital

Pain that won’t yield

By Steven Syre
Globe Columnist / August 18, 2009

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Money market mutual funds are supposed to be the no-brainer of the investment world. But the basic money market proposition - a safe place to park cash with ready access, in return for modest yields - is under stress as never before. Now, money funds have to answer real questions about safety and slash fees, because interest rates are appallingly ... (Full article: 705 words)

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