As with our latest Money Fund Intelligence, the latest Financial Week features results from Treasury Strategies' latest survey of corporate liquidity. FW says of the TSI study, "Most U.S. companies escaped credit-crunch-related problems in their investment portfolios by avoiding now-troubled instruments like auction-rate securities and enhanced cash funds in the first place.... But only about 20% of the companies that had been invested in ARS as of last summer got out in time, shifting $72 billion into money-market funds, bank demand deposits and sweep accounts in the second half."

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