Money market funds: Commingled investment funds investing in short-term money market instruments such as treasury bills, repos and bank certificates of deposit. Money market funds in the United States have been designed to maintain principal and have a share value always equal to one dollar, with interest income used automatically to buy additional shares in the fund.


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