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Historical Rates

Nebraska CLASS

Date Daily Yield (%) YTD Yield (%) 7-Day Yield (%) 30-Day Yield (%) WAM Days to Reset WAM Days to Final Daily Dividend Net Asset Value (NAV)
05/28 5.3308 5.4208 5.3287 5.3424 15 72 0.000145649 0.99997315
05/27 5.3277 5.4214 5.3289 5.3436 15 72 0.000145565 0.99988171
05/26 5.3277 5.4220 5.3294 5.3448 15 73 0.000145565 0.99991362
05/25 5.3277 5.4227 5.3317 5.3461 15 74 0.000145565 0.99994554
05/24 5.3277 5.4233 5.3341 5.3472 16 74 0.000145565 0.99997746
05/23 5.3301 5.4240 5.3365 5.3483 16 75 0.000145630 0.99997222
05/22 5.3294 5.4246 5.3387 5.3492 16 76 0.000145612 0.99996918
05/21 5.3319 5.4253 5.3415 5.3501 16 76 0.000145679 0.99997103
05/20 5.3311 5.4260 5.3440 5.3513 17 78 0.000145658 0.99995357
05/19 5.3444 5.4267 5.3465 5.3526 17 81 0.000146021 0.99987367
05/18 5.3444 5.4272 5.3448 5.3535 18 82 0.000146021 0.99990894
05/17 5.3444 5.4278 5.3431 5.3537 18 83 0.000146021 0.99994421
05/16 5.3452 5.4285 5.3414 5.3535 18 84 0.000146042 0.99993042
05/15 5.3493 5.4291 5.3404 5.3539 19 85 0.000146155 0.99992379
05/14 5.3491 5.4297 5.3383 5.3547 19 86 0.000146149 0.99992466
05/13 5.3489 5.4303 5.3373 5.3556 19 87 0.000146144 0.99993329
05/12 5.3326 5.4309 5.3358 5.3565 17 82 0.000145698 0.99986082
05/11 5.3326 5.4316 5.3391 5.3579 18 83 0.000145698 0.99989469
05/10 5.3326 5.4324 5.3423 5.3593 18 83 0.000145698 0.99992856
05/09 5.3379 5.4331 5.3455 5.3606 17 84 0.000145843 0.99994208
05/08 5.3348 5.4339 5.3485 5.3611 18 84 0.000145760 0.99993490
05/07 5.3420 5.4347 5.3532 5.3619 18 84 0.000145956 0.99993172
05/06 5.3384 5.4354 5.3573 5.3623 17 83 0.000145857 0.99993997
05/05 5.3552 5.4362 5.3617 5.3629 18 84 0.000146316 0.99985674
05/04 5.3552 5.4368 5.3632 5.3629 18 85 0.000146316 0.99989652
05/03 5.3552 5.4375 5.3647 5.3631 18 86 0.000146316 0.99993630
05/02 5.3588 5.4381 5.3663 5.3633 17 85 0.000146415 0.99993628
05/01 5.3676 5.4388 5.3666 5.3636 17 85 0.000146655 0.99992765
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Performance

Annualized as of March 31, 2024

Time Period Nebraska CLASS
Inception Date 3/1/2023
1 year 5.5765%
3 years N/A
5 years N/A
10 years N/A
Since Inception 5.5163%
Benchmark(s) 1 year 3 year 5 year 10 year
ICE BofA US 3-Month Treasury Index 5.2428% N/A N/A N/A


Data unaudited. Performance results are shown net of all fees and expenses and reflect the reinvestment of dividends and other earnings. Many factors affect performance including changes in market conditions and interest rates and in response to other economic, political, or financial developments. Investment involves risk including the possible loss of principal. No assurance can be given that the performance objectives of a given strategy will be achieved. Nebraska CLASS is not a bank. An investment in Nebraska CLASS is not insured or guaranteed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or any other government agency. Although the Nebraska CLASS fund seeks to preserve the value of your investment at $1.00 per share, it cannot guarantee it will do so. Please review the Nebraska CLASS Information Statement located in the Document Center before investing. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Any financial and/or investment decision may incur losses. The ICE BofA ML 3-Month T-Bill Index is an unmanaged index that measures the returns of three-month U.S. Treasury Bills.

Investors cannot purchase the index directly. Fees will reduce returns.

Explanation of Yields