Just one week after suffering outflows of $170 billion, U.S. equity mutual funds added $874 million in the week ended July 21, according to research firm AMG Data Services.

Non-domestic funds received 53% of that $874 million, the company said. Junk bond funds had their fourth straight week of inflows, taking in $197 million. That came one week after a $340 million inflow. When interest and price changes are counted, junk bonds have posted returns of almost 3%.

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