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Dow hits 14,000 and#8212; so where's the great rotation?

InvestmentNews.com

Fri, 1 Feb 2013

Suddenly, stock fund inflows are up. Bond fund inflows are up as well -- this, despite predictions of an imminent route in the debt markets. IN's Jason Kephart offers the low-down on the upswing.

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