(Bloomberg) -- Investors’ appetite for U.S. equity exchange-traded funds has weakened to levels not seen in four years as demand for safety drove more money to fixed income.

The CHART OF THE DAY shows that ETFs buying stocks have received fewer deposits than bond ETFs for a second straight quarter, with the gap reaching more than $13 billion, poised for the worst six-month period since June 2010. That’s a shift from 2013, when stocks attracted 13 times more money.

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