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    Growing Risks in Sovereign Credit

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    04 November 2022 For the first time in almost a decade, euro-denominated money market fund (MMF) yields have risen significantly above zero, offering cash investors an opportunity to earn attractive income in highly liquid, conservatively-managed strategies. As the European Central Bank (ECB) is expected to push short-term interest rates still higher, we believe MMFs will continue to offer a compelling alternative to deposits, direct repurchase agreements and other liquidity investments in the coming months. Read More

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