When conditions are bad, sometimes it's best to stay home. That's largely how mutual fund investors felt about the second quarter. The news around the world did little to instill confidence, from Greece's debt crisis to Spain's banking troubles to China's growth slowdown. Funds that invested overseas were among the worst performers. They did better in the U.S., but bonds were the place where investors sought solace.
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