Jerome Powell

Prime Money Market Funds’ Credit Quality Improves As Rates Rise

It looks as if investors decided to take a more risk-on approach during December against the backdrop of steadily rising markets according to a new report from credit rating agency Moody's, which looks at the US prime money market fund market.

The repor notes that the assets of a surveyed group of US institutional prime money market funds fell by 5% during December as nine out of ten funds lost assets even though the group still produced . . .


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