Money Market Funds Seen Reaching Yields of 5%

Barney, Lee
July 2006
Money Management Executive;7/17/2006, Vol. 14 Issue 28, p2
The article reports that several financial experts in the United States believe that money market funds will soon reach yields of 5 percent. The Federal fund rate is at 5.25 percent. When the experts' prediction happens, there is a possibility that investors might move assets from equity to money market funds.


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