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Who Goes to Cash Shows Extent Bonds Will Become Bear Market

Financial Planning News

Mon, 1 Jul 2013

Investors who poured $1.26 trillion into bond funds in the past six years pulled out record amounts of cash last month, leaving the world's biggest fixed-income managers struggling to stem the flow.

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