Crane Data published its latest Weekly Money Fund Portfolio Holdings statistics and summary Tuesday. Our weekly holdings track a shifting subset of our monthly Portfolio Holdings collection, and the latest cut (with data as of June 1) includes Holdings information from 76 money funds (up from 55 on May 25), representing $1.437 trillion (up from $885 billion on May 25) of the $2.908 trillion in total money fund assets tracked by Crane Data (49.4% of the monthly total). Our latest Weekly MFPH Composition, summary shows Government assets dominating the holdings list with Repurchase Agreements (Repo) totaling $543.5 billion (up from $320.6 billion on May 25), or 37.8%, Treasury debt totaling $436.8 billion (up from $236.9 billion) or 30.4%, and Government Agency securities totaling $298.3 billion (up from $206.9 billion), or 20.8%. Commercial Paper (CP) totaled $53.1 billion (up from $34.7 billion), or 3.7%, and Certificates of Deposit (CDs) totaled $43.6 billion (up from $28.8 billion), or 3.0%. A total of $26.9 billion or 1.9%, was listed in the Other category (primarily Time Deposits), and VRDNs accounted for $34.7 billion, or 2.4%. The Ten Largest Issuers in our Weekly Holdings product include: the US Treasury with $436.8 billion (30.4% of total holdings), Federal Home Loan Bank with $241.7B (16.8%), BNP Paribas with $78.9 billion (5.5%), Federal Farm Credit Bank with $41.5B (2.9%), RBC with $39.1B (2.7%), Credit Agricole with $33.4B (2.3%), Wells Fargo with $30.3B (2.1%), Societe Generale with $29.5B (2.1%), HSBC with $28.9B (2.0%), and JP Morgan with $27.1B (1.9%). The Ten Largest Funds tracked in our latest Weekly include: JP Morgan US Govt ($147.8B), Fidelity Inv MM: Govt Port ($107.6B), BlackRock Lq FedFund ($99.2B), Goldman Sachs FS Govt ($95.0B), Wells Fargo Govt MMkt ($73.6B), BlackRock Lq T-Fund ($68.9B), Dreyfus Govt Cash Mgmt ($62.7B), State Street Inst US Govt ($54.6B), Morgan Stanley Inst Liq Govt ($53.5B), and Goldman Sachs FS Trs Instruments ($53.0B). (For more, see our May 10 News, "May Money Fund Portfolio Holdings: Treasury Surge Ends; Repo Rebound." Let us know if you'd like to see our latest domestic U.S. and/or "offshore" Weekly Portfolio Holdings collection and summary, or our Bond Fund Portfolio Holdings data series too.)

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