WASHINGTON — The Securities and Exchange Commission formally released a series of final changes to its Rule 2a-7 on money market funds Tuesday aimed at boosting the resilience of funds during market crises, and set a March 5 effective date for them.

The commission voted 4 to 1 on Jan. 27 to approve the changes, which the industry generally applauded as improvements to fund transparency, credit quality and liquidity.

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