Top 10 Money Market Funds In Kenya As Of September 24

By Soko Directory Team / Published September 27, 2021 | 8:53 am




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The average yield of the Top 5 Money Market Funds increased marginally by 0.1 percentage points to 9.9 percent, from 9.8 percent recorded the previous week.




In the money markets, 3-month bank placements ended the week at 7.7 percent while the yield on the 91-day T-bill increased by 2.6 bps to 6.9 percent.

The average yield of the Top 5 Money Market Funds increased marginally by 0.1 percentage points to 9.9 percent, from 9.8 percent recorded the previous week.

The yield on the Cytonn Money Market Fund remained unchanged at 10.6 percent as was recorded the previous week. For months now, Cytonn Money Market Fund has remained the top Fund in Kenya according to the Capital Markets Authority.

As of September 24, 2021, Cytonn Money Market Fund was top with a daily yield of 10.10 percent and an effective annual yield of 10.63 percent. Nabo Africa Money Market Fund came in second with a daily yield of 9.70 percent.

Zimele Money Market Fund was third with a daily yield of 9.56 percent and an effective annual yield of 9.91 percent. It was followed by the Sanlam Money Market Fund with a daily yield of 9.04 percent while Madison Money Market Fund was fifth.

Here are the top 10 money market funds:

  1. Cytonn Money Market Fund
  2. Nabo Money Market Fund
  3. Zimele Money Market Fund
  4. Sanlam Money Market Fund
  5. Madison Money Market Fund
  6. CIC Money Market Fund
  7. Apollo Money Market Fund
  8. Dry Associates Money Market Fund
  9. GenCapHela Money Market Fund
  10. Co-op Money Market Fund

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At the same time, during the week, liquidity in the money markets tightened, with the average interbank rate increasing by 2.0 percentage points to 6.1 percent, from 4.1% recorded the previous week.

The performance was partly attributable to the tax remittances which offset government payments made during the week. The average interbank volumes declined by 2.0% to Kshs 16.9 bn, from Kshs 17.2 bn recorded the previous week.

Rates in the fixed income market have remained relatively stable due to the sufficient levels of liquidity in the money market.

The government is 63.4% ahead of its prorated borrowing target of Kshs 164.6 bn having borrowed Kshs 269.1 bn of the Kshs 658.5 bn borrowing target for the FY’2021/2022.

Read More: Top 10 Money Market Funds In Kenya As Of September 10





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