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Mutual Funds, ETFs Take in $3 Billion

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Sun, 30 Dec 2012

For the week ending Wednesday, December 26, mutual funds and exchange-traded funds reported net inflows of $3 billion, excluding the inflows of $18.2 billion to money market accounts, according to data from Lipper.

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