Money market mutual funds are gradually becoming the vehicle of choice for commercial bank sweep accounts, according to a report released earlier this month by Treasury Strategies, a bank, broker/dealer and mutual fund consulting firm in Chicago.

While all other commercial bank sweep products lost market share in 2000, money market funds gained as bank sweep vehicles for their corporate customers' idle short-term assets, according to the report.

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