(Bloomberg) -- Morgan Stanley Investment Management told clients its money-market funds aren’t holding Treasuries that mature in the next month as Congress debates whether to raise the U.S. debt ceiling.

The firm’s money-market portfolios don’t own Treasuries that mature starting tomorrow through Nov. 20, the Morgan Stanley unit said in its Investor Insights publication for this month. The prime portfolios have no Treasury exposure, it said.

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