A group of midwestern community banks that had invested in a now- foundering mutual fund were breathing easier last week after the fund's manager injected enough capital to keep it going.

Robert W. Baird & Co. has agreed with Baird Adjustable Rate Income Fund shareholders, including 70 community banks, to infuse $7.8 million to make up for derivatives losses.

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