Long-term equity, bond and hybrid funds reaped $14.35 billion in the week ended Jan. 13, bringing the 44-week sales streak total to $441 billion, the Investment Company Institute said.
Stock fund inflows were $5.78, after outflows of $1.9 billion the week before. U.S. stock funds netted $2.2 billion, and foreign stock funds got $3.58 billion.
Investors put $7.36 billion into bond funds, up from $6.86 billion the week before. Taxable bond fund inflows were $6.15 billion, and for municipals, inflows were $1.2 billion.
Hybrid funds added $1.21 billion, up from $803 million the previous week. Assets in money market funds fell $45.86 billion to a total of $3.205 trillion, according to iMoneyNet.
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