MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- U.S. Bancorp Asset
Management today declared November distributions for the following funds. The
distributions will be allocated on a per-share basis on the common stock. The
distributions have a Nov. 3, 2003, ex-dividend date and will be paid on Nov.
19, 2003, to shareholders of record on Nov. 5, 2003.
Fund NYSE November October
Symbol Amount Amount
American Strategic Income Portfolio ASP $0.0725 $0.0725
American Strategic Income Portfolio II BSP $0.0950 $0.0950
American Strategic Income Portfolio III CSP $0.0875 $0.0875
American Select Portfolio SLA $0.0875 $0.0875
American Income Fund MRF $0.0550 $0.0550
American Municipal Income Portfolio XAA $0.0780 $0.0780
Fund AMEX November October
Symbol Amount Amount
Minnesota Municipal Income Portfolio MXA $0.0780 $0.0780
Minnesota Municipal Income Fund II MXN $0.06625 $0.06625
Based in Minneapolis, U.S. Bancorp Asset Management, Inc., a subsidiary of
U.S. Bank National Association, serves as the investment advisor to the First
American Funds. It provides investment management services to individuals and
institutions-including corporations, foundations, pension funds, public funds,
and retirement plans-and has combined assets under management of more than
$122 billion as of Sept. 30, 2003. The firm has offices in 22 states.
U.S. Bank National Association is a separate entity and wholly owned
subsidiary of U.S. Bancorp (NYSE: USB), the eighth-largest financial services
holding company in the United States and a leading provider of comprehensive
banking, trust, investment and payment systems products and service. U.S.
Bancorp is the parent company of U.S. Bank. Visit U.S. Bancorp at
Investment products, including shares of closed-end funds, are not
obligations of, or guaranteed by, any bank, including U.S. Bank or any U.S.
Bancorp affiliate, nor are they insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation, the Federal Reserve Board, or any other agency. An investment in
such products involves investment risk, including possible loss of principal.
SOURCE U.S. Bancorp Asset Management