Short-Term Rate Spike Eases, But Some Issuers Stay Wary

Fine, Jacob
October 2000
Bond Buyer;10/06/2000, Vol. 334 Issue 30991, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on developments relevant to money market funds in the United States as of October 6, 2000. Impact of short-term interest rates on issuers' decision to switch to fixed-rate bond obligations; Interest rates on variable-rate demand notes.


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