Portfolio Net Assets
7-Day Current / Effective Ann. Yield
The current yield more closely reflects current earnings than does the total return.
7-Day Current Annualized Yield – A simple interest calculation. A measure of return that divides average net income received over a 7-day period by the average balance in your account and multiplies the result by 365 to get an annual equivalent. This measure reflects income actually received over the last 7 days and differs from Effective Annualized Yield in that it does not reflect compounding.
7-Day Effective Annualized Yield – A compound interest calculation. A measure of return that compounds the 7-Day Current Yield to an annual figure. This measure assumes that dividends are reinvested and that an investor will earn the 7-Day Yield for an entire year. It also reflects interest earned on interest, or compounded interest.
52 Week Range
|$11.86B||0.41%||0.00% / 0.00%||$25.5336 - $25.5337|
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Michael Ferraro is a director and a fixed income portfolio manager for the TIAA-CREF organization. Mr. Ferraro manages money market investments. He joined the TIAA-CREF organization in 1998. Mr. Ferraro has 35 years of experience in insurance and investments, including work at MBL Life Assurance Corp. Mr. Ferraro earned a B.A. in English from Montclair State University and an M.B.A. in finance from Fairleigh Dickinson University. He is a member of the CFA Institute, the Association for Financial Professionals, the Life Management Institute, and the New York Society of Securities Analysts.
Joseph Rolston is a director and a fixed income portfolio manager for the TIAA-CREF organization. Mr. Rolston manages short-term investments for the TIAA-CREF organization. In addition, Mr. Rolston supervises the organization's securities lending program. He joined the TIAA-CREF organization in 1984 as securities analyst focusing on short-term investments and was integral to the development and implementation CREF Money Market Account. Mr. Rolston has 29 years of experience in insurance and investments, including work at Union Labor Life Insurance Company. Mr. Rolston earned a B.S. degree in economics and finance from Manhattan College and an MS degree in finance from Pace University.
Beginning July 16, 2009, part or all of the 12b-1 distribution expenses and/or administrative expenses attributable to the CREF Money Market Account are being voluntarily waived. Without these waivers, the 7-day current and effective annualized yields and total returns would have been lower. These waivers may be discontinued at any time without notice. Amounts waived on or after October 1, 2010 are subject to possible recovery by TIAA under certain conditions.
An investment in the CREF Money Market Account is not a deposit of any bank and is neither insured nor guaranteed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or any other U.S. government agency. It is possible to lose money in this Account. The current yield more closely reflects the Account's current earnings than does the total return.