With a one-team culture, we offer a broad range of money market funds and short-term strategies covering a range of currencies, risk levels and durations to meet our clients' specific operating, capital preservation and strategic cash management needs.
Performance as of 12/31/20. Performance as of 01/31/21.
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Performance is historical and does not guarantee future results. Investment returns and principal fluctuate so your shares may be worth more or less when redeemed. Current performance may differ from the data shown. Adjusted returns reflect the maximum sales charge. Unadjusted returns do not reflect sales charges and would have been lower if they did. Current performance may differ from the data shown.
Yields as of 12/31/20 Yields as of 01/29/21
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Yields fluctuate and are not guaranteed. Money market 7-day current yield is the annualized net investment per share for the period shown. The compound yield is calculated similarly but when annualized, the income earned by an investment in the fund is assumed to be reinvested. Gains and losses are not included. The yield quotation more closely reflects the current earnings of the money market portfolio than the total return quotation. The nonsubsidized yield reflects what the yield would have been had a fee and/or expense waiver not been in place during the period shown. The fees and/or expenses have been waived in an effort to increase the fund’s net yield.
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Holdings reports are provided at the portfolio level. Please contact your sales representative should you have any questions on your investment.
Fund Characteristics as of 02/25/21
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The above table / report provides the percentage of the daily and weekly liquid assets, net shareholder flows, and shadow NAV for our money market funds. This is provided for shareholder information purposes only. The percentage of the daily and weekly liquid assets, net shareholder flows, and shadow NAV of the funds may change from day to day.
A money market fund's shadow price is the NAV per share most recently calculated using available market quotations (or an appropriate substitute that reflects current market conditions). In other words, it is the NAV that reflects the current market value of the securities the fund owns, rather than the amortized cost of those securities. SEC rules permit a money market fund to value its securities at cost and spread out (or amortize) any discounts given or premiums paid on the securities when the fund acquired them. SEC rules also permit a fund to round the cost-based NAV to the nearest penny per share. Both of these provisions, combined with the strict limits on money market fund investments under SEC rules, enable a money market fund to maintain a stable NAV, typically $1 per share.
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