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Inflows to Bond Funds Slump to Lowest Level This Year

Financial Planning News

Thu, 21 Mar 2013

For the week ended March 13, investors steered a paltry $1.64 billion into bond funds, a whopping 74% drop from the $6.42 billion they poured into the funds a week earlier.

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