Investors stepped up their pullback from mutual funds that invest in stocks, long-term, last week.

After two weeks where outflows seemed to slow to a relative trickle, investors took $2.9 billion out of domestic, long-term equity funds in the week ended October 27, according to Investment Company Institute statistics.

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