Long-term mutual funds ended the week of Jan. 20 with net inflows of $13.18 billion, according to the Investment Company Institute. This brings the sales streak to 45 straight weeks totaling $454 billion.

Stock funds had inflows of $3.95 billion, with U.S. stock funds taking in $1.27 billion and foreign funds adding $2.68. Total inflows to stock funds were higher the previous week, totaling $5.77 billion.

Investors placed $7.96 billion into bond funds in the latest week, essentially in line with the $7.36 billion they invested the previous week. Taxable funds added $6.73, and municipals, $1.23 billion. Hybrid funds saw inflows of $1.27 billion, also in line with the $1.21 billion they saw come in the door the previous week. Money market fund assets fell $13.75 billion to a total of $3.191 trillion, according to iMoneyNet.

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