Since November, when the amount of cash held by equity funds reached its highest level in nearly three years, liquidity ratios have stabilized while markets have steadily declined, indicating weak markets have not kept fund managers from investing their assets, according to industry analysts.

Although there may be other contributing factors as well, a relatively low level of redemption activity relative to market performance may have encouraged some managers to invest a greater percentage of their assets, according to analysts.

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