The unwinding of the Federal Reserve's liquidity programs is unlikely to boost the sickly yields on tax-free money market funds, participants say.

While rates on many financial instruments may respond to the reversal of the Fed's "quantitative easing," rates on money funds are moored fairly tightly to the federal funds rate itself - which has been held below 0.25% for more than a year.

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