If money market mutual funds are required to shift to a floating net asset value reporting structure, as some policy makers have called for, many corporations would drop these funds from their portfolios.
According to a survey released Tuesday by the Association for Financial Professionals, four out of five companies that currently include money market funds in their short-term investment portfolios would likely move at least some of these investments to other vehicles if money funds were forced to shift to the new reporting structure.
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