The influx of money into Treasuries, combined with record-low interest rates, has driven the yields of Treasury money market funds so low that rather than risk breaking the buck, many funds are now turning away new money, MarketWatch reports.

Even eliminating their management fees, the funds are in danger of falling below a $1 net asset value, incurring investors' anger, much like what happened with Reserve Funds' Primary Fund.

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