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Bond Funds Boost Mutual Fund Assets

Financial Planning News

Mon, 22 Apr 2013

U.S. mutual funds and exchange-traded funds, excluding money-market funds, pulled $6.5 billion in net inflows in the week ended April 17, according to Lipper.

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