What are Money Market or Liquid Funds?

What are Money Market or Liquid Funds?

These funds are also income funds and their aim is to provide preservation of capital, liquidity and moderate returns on investment. Such funds are suitable for investors looking for safety as well as to generate moderate returns on surplus funds for a short period of time.
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