More than half of all investments to long-term funds in the first 11 months of last year went to international funds, The Boston Globe reports. And even domestic funds are increasing their investments in international stocks.

On average, domestic funds have 5.7% of their assets invested outside the U.S., according to Morningstar. Large growth and value funds have the highest percentage of their assets in international stocks (7.6%) and small-cap value funds have the least (2.1%).

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