Aug 21- Goldman Sachs Group Inc fund managers believe investors could pour $450 billion into money market funds that invest in U.S. government debt in response to new rules for the short-term funds, an executive told Reuters. Goldman Sachs joins other asset management firms in preparing for the rules, which are designed to protect investors from extreme market...» Read More
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You might be surprised by some of the possible answers. Click ahead to see what happens if the U.S. credit rating is downgraded.