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For more than three decades, Federated has been an industry leader in money market and cash management. Choose an article to read our views on the credit and money markets. For even more on this topic, visit our Liquidity Management Center.
| Month in Cash: Money funds anchored during Brexit |
Jul. 1, 2016 ::
The Leave vote didn’t result in abnormal activity for money funds.
| Month in Cash: Fed doesn't take afternoon tea |
Jun. 1, 2016 ::
Don't be certain that the Fed will not hike because of the looming Brexit vote.
| Month in Cash: Fed stays close to the vest; money funds show their cards |
May 1, 2016 ::
In April, the SEC required money funds to disclose more information about their portfolios.
| Month in Cash: Yellen cages the hawks |
Apr. 1, 2016 ::
Fed Chair Yellen reined in rate-hike talk by the market—and some of her colleagues—in a dovish speech.
| Month in Cash: Market predicting instead of listening to Fed |
Mar. 1, 2016 ::
The market is underestimating the Fed’s willingness to hike.
| Month in Cash: Can't blame the Fed this time |
Feb. 1, 2016 ::
Regardless of misguided blame on the Fed hike for the recent volatility, it has been great for money markets.
| Month in Cash: Now things get interesting |
Jan. 1, 2016 ::
Elated by the long-awaited liftoff, cash managers shouldn’t take any future hikes for granted.
| Month in Cash: Finally time to kick rates off the ground |
Dec. 1, 2015 ::
The Fed is assessing all avenues, but most lead to the long-awaited hike.
| Month in Cash: Trick and treat |
Nov. 1, 2015 ::
Halloween came early last month when the Fed handed out a king-sized candy bar.
| Month in Cash: The Fed has no cred |
Oct. 1, 2015 ::
Solid domestic data and a majority of voters inclined were somehow not enough to trigger a rate hike.
| Month in Cash: Fed hike still in the cards for 2015 |
Sept. 1, 2015 ::
We think liftoff in September is more likely than in October or December.
| Month in Cash: How times have changed |
Aug. 1, 2015 ::
We may get getting close to liftoff, but the target funds rate is likely to remain very accommodative for a very long time from an historical perspective
Join Chief Investment Officer of Global Money Markets Deborah Cunningham each quarter for an overview of what's happening in the cash market.