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Fidelity Investments intends to 'hard close' two institutional money market funds to curb exposure to COVID-19's high-volatility market

Each fund is of the prime institutional money market that comprises up to 7% of the $4.6 trillion US money market fund industry, but use has dwindled from $1.1 trillion in 2011 to today's $356 billion.

Tuesday, June 23, 2020 – 1:35 AM by Oisin Breen
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Nancy Prior: A lot of this decision [​was made based on] investor behavior ... [and] liquidating these two funds, less than two percent of our assets ... [will have] no impact on any other part of our business.

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