Fidelity calls planned rules a dire threat

Fidelity Investments and other big players in the money market mutual fund arena are battling new regulations under consideration by federal regulators that they argue would destroy the business.

The Securities and Exchange Commission is weighing rules that would require investment firms like Fidelity to set aside additional capital to guard against losses in the event of another market panic like the one in 2008.

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