Money Market Funds
Money market mutual funds are mutual funds that invest in commercial paper (i.e., short-term IOUs issued by corporations), in short-term government debt or in other short-term securities. Companies frequently need to borrow money to meet short-term obligations like paying suppliers and employees. They promise to repay their IOUs plus interest, usually within one to ninety days. Investment earnings within the Money Market Fund are passed on to the mutual fund investors.
Considerations for investing in money market mutual funds Millions of Americans invest in money market instruments because they generally offer a competitive rate of return while still keeping the money liquid for immediate use as needed.
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