In September of 2008, history was made in the money market industry – the Primary Reserve Fund broke the buck.
When the value of a dollar of assets – the net asset value – in this benchmark money market fund fell below 100 cents, the ripple effect across the fund industry sparked a wave of volatile trading. Money market funds, long a haven for everyday investors, suddenly seemed unsafe.
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