The Federal Reserve has allowed more companies to take part in its program to add more liquidity to money market mutual funds.

Under the Money Market Investor Funding Facility (MMIFF), the Fed purchases short-term debt, including certificates of deposit and commercial paper that expires in three months or less. The program was created to support a private-sector initiative to provide additional liquidity to the money market industry.

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