BlackRock ICS US Dollar Liquidity Fund (Premier)/ICSUSSDP
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About this Money Market Fund (MMF)
The Fund aims to maximise income on your investment consistent with maintaining capital and ensuring its underlying assets can easily be bought or sold in the market.The Fund invests in a broad range of fixed income securities (bonds) and MMIs (debt securities with short term maturities). The Fund will limit its investment to assets which have 397 days or less remaining until the full principal must be repaid.The Funds assets may be issued or guaranteed by United States (US) or non-US issuers.
BlackRock ICS US Dollar Liquidity Fund (Premier)
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The Fund aims to maximise income on your investment consistent with maintaining capital and ensuring its underlying assets can easily be bought or sold (in normal market conditions). Rated by S&P (AAAm), Moody's (Aaa-mf), and Fitch (AAAmmf).
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This is the highest possible rating and means the underlying assets of this fund have the highest level of capital security and lowest level of interest rate sensitivity.
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