Equity funds pulled in $23.3 billion in March, less than half of the $50 billion gained in January, according to Lipper of New York.

The $23.3 billion also represents about a 25% drop off from February’s tally. Investors reduced their net purchases of equity funds, but did add shorter-maturity bond funds to their holdings in the month.

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