Current seven-day, also known as the "current annualized yield", represents the net change, exclusive of capital changes and income other than investment income, in the value of a hypothetical account with a balance of one share (normally $1.00 per share) over a seven-day base period expressed as a percentage of the value of one share at the beginning of the seven-day period. This resulting net change in account value is then annualized by multiplying it by 365 and dividing the result by 7. Past performance is not indicative of future results and yields may vary.
The current fund performance may be higher or lower than that cited. The current seven-day yield does not include realized gains and losses on the sale of securities. The yields shown above may reflect fee waivers by service providers that subsidize and reduce the total operating expenses of the Fund. Fund yields would be lower if there were no such waivers.