WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve announced yesterday that it will allow an emergency program for money market fund investors to expire and that it is trimming others that are no longer necessary now that financial market conditions have begun to improve.

At the same time, some of the Fed’s emergency programs will be extended until Feb. 1, instead of expiring as had been planned in October, officials told reporters during a conference call.

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