bg-arrow-down icon-arrow-up icon-back-to-top icon-linkedin icon-menu icon-search icon-twitter logo-white slider-arrow-left-gray slider-arrow-left slider-arrow-right-gray slider-arrow-right

Low Yields Are Just One of Money Markets’ Woes

With interest rates so low, investors can do nearly as well keeping the money under their mattresses. The immediate future doesn’t look a whole lot more promising. “Pricing power will come back after consolidation, when costs come down. It will take a year or two of sorting out,” says Anthony Carfang, a partner at Treasury Strategies, a consulting firm for corporations and financial institutions.

Tom Sullivan / Barron’s

For more information