“Breaking the buck” occurs when a money market fund is unable to repay its $1.00 NAV per share. Since Rule 2a-7 was adopted in 1983, only once has a money market fund failed to repay the full principal amount of its shareholders’ investments. In that case, a small institutional money market fund in 1994 “broke the buck,” paying investors $0.96 per share.

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