Money Market Outflows Down Last Week

Briggs, Amanda
September 2003
Bond Buyer;9/5/2003, Vol. 345 Issue 31713, p6
Trade Publication
Reports that tax-free money market fund net outflows in the U.S. slowed to $1.376 billion during the week that ended on September 1, 2003. Finding that the funds' average annualized seven-day yields held steady at 0.36% for the third week in a row; Information on the trend of fund flow observed in the taxable money market funds; Revelation that retail money market investors withdraw funds around September every year.


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