After a slew of bank failures rattled the global economy, the Reserve Primary Fund, a money market fund, “broke the buck” in September 2008 sending its net asset value spiraling to 97 cents per share.

Since then the Security and Exchange Commission has turned its attention to money market funds. Last month, the SEC approved rules that would require money market funds to maintain minimum levels of liquidity.

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