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As interest rates rise, the benefits are accruing to the people who manage cash, not to the investors who hold it.

In the first quarter, the yield on three-month Treasury bills rose 0.46 percentage point. The yield on retail money-market mutual funds rose a measly 0.03 point—while their expenses shot up 0.22 point.

Source: WSJ

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