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Fidelity Bans U.S. Investors Overseas From Buying Mutual Funds
Wed, Jul 2, 2014 11:27 AM EDT
Fidelity Investments and other asset managers are telling U.S. clients who live outside the country that they can no longer buy or trade mutual funds in their brokerage accounts. Laura Saunders joins MoneyBeat.
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