Tax-Free Funds Grow By Nearly $5B As Assets Reach All-Time High

Fine, Jacob
August 2004
Bond Buyer;8/13/2004, Vol. 349 Issue 31947, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on the increase in the volume of tax-free money market funds in the U.S. Growth in the assets in the funds; Total taxable fund assets; Move of the Federal Reserve Board to raise its target for the federal funds rate.


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