State Street Institutional Treasury Plus Money Market Fund
The market value of all securities owned by a mutual fund, minus its total liabilities, divided by the number of shares issued.
Performance quoted represents past performance, which is no guarantee of future results. Investment return and principal value will fluctuate, so you may have a gain or loss when shares are sold. Current performance may be higher or lower than that quoted.
Average Annual Total Returns reflect the reinvestment of dividends, capital gains distributions all fee waivers and expense reimbursements.View more performance
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(trailing 1 year)
The Treasury Plus Money Market Fund seeks a high level of current income consistent with preserving principal and liquidity and the maintenance of a stable $1.00 per share net asset value ("NAV"). The Fund invests in a portfolio consisting principally of U.S. Treasury securities and repurchase agreements collateralized by such securities.See the Trading Information
|Min. initial investment||$500,000,000|
|Net expense ratio1||0.12%|
|S&P Fund Rating*||AAAm|
|Fitch Fund Rating**||AAAmmf|
|Investment manager||SSgA Funds Management, Inc.|
|Distributor||State Street Global Markets, LLC|
|As of 04/17/2015||Subsidized†||Unsubsidized|
|1-Day Average Yield||0.00%||-0.06%|
|7-Day Average Yield||0.00%||-0.06%|
|30-Day Average Yield||0.00%||-0.07%|
Yield quotations more closely reflect the current earnings of money market funds than the total return quotations.
*Standards & Poor Fund Ratings represent an opinion only, not a recommendation to buy or sell. A fund rated AAAm demonstrates extremely strong capacity to maintain principal stability and to limit exposure to principal losses due to credit risk. AAAm is the highest principal stability fund rating assigned by Standard & Poor. The rating is based on Standard & Poor analysis of the fund credit quality, market price exposure and management. The rating signifies the fund has extremely strong capacity to maintain principal value and limit exposure to principal losses due to credit, market and or liquidity risks. This is accomplished through conservative investment practices and strict internal controls. Rated money market fund portfolios are monitored on a weekly basis by Standard & Poor. For more information, please visit http://www.standardandpoors.com/home/en/us.
**Fitch ratings are opinions based on all information known to Fitch, including publicly available information and/or non-public documents and information provided to the agency by an issuer and other parties. A fund rated AAAmmf reflects the fund extremely strong capacity to achieve its investment objective of preserving capital and providing shareholder liquidity through limiting credit, market and liquidity risks. The main drivers of the rating assignment are the credit quality, diversification, maturity profile and liquidity of the fund portfolio and the capabilities and resources of its investment advisor. Publication and maintenance of all ratings are subject to there being sufficient information, consistent with the relevant criteria and methodology, to form a rating opinion. Ratings are not facts, and therefore cannot be described as being "accurate" or "inaccurate". Users should refer to the definition of each individual rating for guidance on the dimensions of risk covered by such rating. Please see http://www.fitchratings.com for more information.
Prior to June 25, 2014 the State Street Institutional Treasury Plus Money Market Fund Premier Class was known as the Street Institutional Treasury Plus Money Market Fund Institutional Class.
Holdings subject to change
1The Adviser has contractually agreed to cap the Treasury Plus Fund’s Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses (excluding taxes, interest and extraordinary expenses) attributable to the Premier Class to the extent that expenses exceed 0.12% of Premier Class net assets, through April 30, 2015.
â€ The subsidized yield reflects the yield calculation with voluntary reduction currently in effect. Without the reduction returns would have been lower.