Money Market Archives

By Jeff BrownThe Securities and Exchange Commission has announced a sweeping reexamination of money market mutual funds, to make sure investors’ money is as safe as they expect it to be. Read more»
By Mark Jewell -- AP Personal Finance Writer BOSTON (AP) — The financial disclosures investors get in the mail from mutual fund companies don't normally capture Nancy Prindle's attention. Read more»
What’s Inside a Money Market Fund?
By: manybanking.com Staff
By Brian O’Connell You may not realize it, but money market funds aren’t the same as bank money market accounts. Read more»
Weekly Money Fund Check: May 8
By: manybanking.com Staff
NEW YORK (AP) — Total money market mutual fund assets fell by $11 billion to $3.787 trillion for the week, the Investment Company Institute said Thursday. Read more»
SEC Mulls New Money Market Rules
By: manybanking.com Staff
By Marcy Gordon -- AP Business Writer WASHINGTON (AP) — The Securities and Exchange Commission is considering how regulation of money-market mutual funds could be tightened to better protect investors, the head of the agency said Monday. Read more»
By Brian O’ConnellAsk any garden variety investor whether they have money in money market mutual funds or money market bank accounts, and chances are you’d find more in the former category than in the latter. Read more»
Weekly Money Fund Check: May 1
By: manybanking.com Staff
NEW YORK (AP) — Total money market mutual fund assets fell by $8 billion to $3.798 trillion for the week, the Investment Company Institute said Thursday. Read more»
Are Money Market Funds For You?
By: manybanking.com Staff
By manybanking.com StaffMoney market funds (not to be confused with money market “accounts”) are short-term investments that are offered by brokers or mutual fund companies. They generally have a higher rate of return than money market accounts but also come with more risk. Read more»
By manybanking.com StaffMoney Market funds are normally seen as lower risk investments because they rely on short-term government and corporate securities to maintain a diversified yield. Read more»
Watch for Rising Mutual Fund Expenses
By: manybanking.com Staff
By Mark Jewell -- AP Personal Finance Writer BOSTON (AP) — Where are the incentives to invest? These days, auto makers are slashing thousands off sticker prices and offering zero-percent financing to win over recession-weary consumers. So why not mutual fund companies? Read more»
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