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Mutual Funds Add $56 Billion in May

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Wed, 19 Jun 2013

In May, stock and bond mutual funds, including exchange-traded funds attracted $56 billion of net inflows bringing total net intake for the first five months to about $350 billion, according to data from Strategic Insight.

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