Short-Term Investment Fund

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Short-Term Investment Fund

A mutual fund or other fund that invests exclusively in short-term, low-risk securities such as Treasury bills, money markets, and so forth. A STIF aims to protect the funds invested in it while also providing a (low) return. STIFs have exceptionally low management fees.
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1 million shortfall in its operating budget, caused by lower earnings than expected from short-term investment funds, fewer annual fund donations and having 50 fewer students than expected.
Short-term investment funds have shifted into the crude oil market as stock prices have plunged due to the U.
The Korea Institute of Economy and Policy (KIEP), in a report on world economic flows, said short-term investment funds would continue to flow into these markets because the uncertainty in the global financial market would not clear for some time in the future.
tax exempt open end mutual funds, short-term investment funds (STIFs)
Japanese Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi called Tuesday for the disclosure of short-term investment funds and agreed with Malaysia's Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad to raise the matter at the APEC summit.
dagger]) Includes guaranteed investment contracts (GlCs), pooled GlCs, separate account GlCs, synthetic GlCs, traditional bank investment contracts and short-term investment funds (Although GlCs have come under fire in the past year, Buck's Richard Koski said he did not expect this to have an appreciable impact on the percentage of 401 (k) plan sponsors that will offer GlCs as an investment option "Sponsors want to have a fixed-income type of vehicle under their plans and these are still the most common of this type The problem cases are still few and far between; sponsors will be more selective in picking their providers.
Under the mandate JPMIS will additionally provide a comprehensive range of securities products including analytical services, Total Cost Management(TM), investment guideline compliance monitoring and short-term investment funds.
He was named vice president of the New York office three years later, overseeing investor relations, banking relations, sales of securities, and short-term investment funds.
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