money market funds
The latest news on money market funds
The SEC backs a plan to let leading fund companies keep the “buck” guarantee for retail investors.
Investors seem to be slowly moving back into the stock market.
Over time, large-value funds tend to beat out large-growth ones, experts say.
What investors’ mass exodus means for fund providers
The SEC has approved new rules for money market funds.
Reserve Primary Fund investors could get back 99 cents on the dollar.
Money market accounts and certificates of deposit balance safety and return.
Bank products offer safety and relatively generous yields.
As of now, investors are getting back just 50 cents on the dollar.
New program will help money funds meet investor redemptions.