Money-Market Funds

Money market funds are basically open-ended debt schemes that invest in the money market instruments that have maturity period of up to 1 year. These funds usually invest in the short-term debt securities such as commercial paper, US treasury bills, certificate of deposits, etc. These money market schemes are appropriate for investors who are interested in investing for a period of up to 365 days. The risk involved in this scheme is low and therefore it is one of the best investment options for conservative investors.

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Fund Name Latest NAV (₹) Rating Return (%) Double Money In 1 Lac Grew To (₹)  
Nippon India Money Market Fund (G)
Moderate risk | Money Market
2966.47
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7.56 9Y 4M 1.24 L Invest
Kotak Money Market Scheme (G)
Low risk | Money Market
3229.86
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7.34 8Y 12M -- Invest
271.6
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7.44 9Y 4M 1.24 L Invest
Invesco India Money Market Fund (G)
Low risk | Money Market
2226.72
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7.11 9Y 6M 1.23 L Invest
DSP Savings Fund (G)
Low risk | Money Market
38.48
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6.96 10Y 2M 1.22 L Invest
Sundaram Money Market Fund - Regular Plan (G)
Moderate Low risk | Money Market
10.96
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30.36
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7.05 9Y 6M 1.23 L Invest
L&T Money Market Fund (G)
Moderate risk | Money Market
19.47
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7.76 8Y 10M 1.25 L Invest
IDFC Money Manager Treasury Regular (G)
Average risk | Money Market
29.99
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6.84 9Y 8M 1.29 L Invest
Franklin India Saving Fund (G)
High risk | Money Market
36.18
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7.47 8Y 12M 1.35 L Invest

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