For money market fund advisors and investors, help on yields is seen on the way.

Many advisors have absorbed fees to maintain a dollar net asset value, but with the funds yielding nearly nothing, investors have been redeeming hundreds of billions of dollars from the funds.

But the Federal Reserve is expected to raise the fed funds rate next year and might also sell assets to money funds through reverse repos, which should buoy yields.

“These rays of hope may just be enough to give you courage,” Peter Crane, president of Crane Data, told The Wall Street Journal.

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