Those using short-term MMFs hold an average of 50 percent of their cash in these funds--representing an increase of more than 11 percent from 2011; * Although just 9 percent of companies surveyed invest in MMFs that have a variable net asset value (NAV), these companies hold an average of 36 percent of their cash in these instruments, compared to only 4.
What does VNAV stand for?
VNAV stands for Variable Net Asset Value
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of VNAV
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- Visual Novel Adventure Platform (game engine)
- Visiting Nurse Association of Pottawattamie County (Nebraska)
- Virtual North American RailRoad Company (online railway-enthusiasts game)
- Vehicle Navigation Aids System
- Veterinary Nurses Association of South Africa (Monument Park, South Africa)
- Visiting Nurse Association of Southeastern Connecticut (home nursing service; Waterford, CT)
- Visiting Nurse Association of Staten Island (New York)
- Vietnam National Administration of Tourism
- Virtual Network Address Translation (Columbia University; New York, NY)
- Vertical Navigation (aviation; autopilot operation)
- Vietnam Audiovisual Network Football Club
- Virtual Navy (International computer gaming clan)
- Valley National Bank (various locations)
- Value of New Business (economics)
- Ventral Noradrenergic Bundle
- Verrazano-Narrows Bridge
- Very Naughty Boy
- Vinyl Norbornene
- Violent New Breed (gaming clan)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The RAVI ETF has a variable net asset value (NAV) and can invest beyond the limits of traditional money market funds.
Shares of the fund have a variable net asset value.
The investigation has also identified instances in which it appears that orders for Federated variable net asset value funds were placed and accepted after the funds' closing time at 4:00 p.
Intended for constant net asset value (CNAV) and variable net asset value (VNAV) cash management funds, irrespective of jurisdiction and domicile, the criteria includes: --A more direct recognition of potential institutional support (implicit or possibly explicit); --A closer alignment of portfolio liquidity and the potential for high investor redemptions in times of stress; --Introduction of new diversification guidelines and a Portfolio Credit Factor (PCF) matrix that offers a more sensitive assessment of credit risk; --A revised ratings scale that adds a MMF subscript and eliminates existing Volatility ratings for money market funds.
Credit quality ratings, identified by the 'f' subscript, are assigned to funds that exhibit variable net asset values.
According to S&P, quality ratings identified by the "f" subscript are assigned to funds exhibiting variable net asset values.
The pool is a variable net asset value (NAV) pool whose principal value may fluctuate from time to time.