Cash may seem like the least interesting asset class at this point with interest rates hovering near or at zero for the past several years, but there was a major shift in policy last Thursday. For the most part, investors forget that most cash is actually parked in money market mutual funds. The money market funds invest in short-term government bills from around the world and debt issued by corporations… Read More
A recent report by State Street’s Center for Applied Research recently found that individual investors favor cash the world over. In the US, investors keep 36 percent of their investible assets in cash. Globally, that’s a little less than average.
ALM Insights is focused on banks and other institutions that use their portfolio to manage risk on both sides of their balance sheet. It takes an in-depth look at securities investment strategies, balance sheet and asset/liability strategies, regulatory topics and general economic information. To view this issue, click the image below. In This Issue: Value in Issuing Callable CDs Dodd Frank – Credit Guidelines Economic Update – Enough Already! Basel… Read More