money market funds
CFOs Remain Cautious With Corporate Cash
U.S. companies have not relinquished their liquidity buffers or their habit of keeping cash in ultra-safe investment vehicles.
Why Banks Are Paying So Little Interest
In this interest-rate cycle, financial institutions are taking an especially long time to raise the rates they pay on deposits. Here's why.
New Money Fund Regs May Require Enhanced Disclosures
From current financial reports, it's impossible to tell whether companies are parking cash in prime or government money market funds.
Fed Says New Monetary Tool Working Well
The overnight reverse repurchase program has helped the Fed implement December's rate hike smoothly, the Fed's top markets official says.
BofA Sells Money-Market Fund Unit
The deal will give the buyer, asset manager BlackRock, a cash management business worth $372 billion.
GE’s Divestitures Will Shrink Commercial Paper Market
By year's end, treasurers and other investors will have a smaller supply of highly rated commercial paper and short-duration corporate debt to invest in.
Bumpy 2015 for Money Market Funds?
Moody's Investors Service revises its outlook on the money market fund industry to negative from stable, based on several factors.