Money market funds continue to waive big chunks of their management fees as yields on cash instruments remain too low to charge the full amount.
A spike in certain short-term interest rates in the second and third quarters allowed money funds to reclaim a few basis points of the fees they had been waiving. It didn’t last. Now that those interest rates have slipped back down, money market fund managers expect to continue reimbursing most of their fees to shareholders.
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