U.S. investors continue to pour money into international funds, The Financial Times reports.

Of the $124 billion that investors have placed in equity funds so far this year, $110 billion, or a whopping 89%, has gone into funds that invest in companies overseas, data from AMG Data Services shows. This is up from $86 billion invested in international funds in 2005, or 60% of the $147.5 billion total that went to U.S. mutual funds.

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