Long-term funds netted $4.01 billion in inflows in the week ended Feb. 2, the Investment Company Institute said.

Investors poured $1.76 billion into equity funds, compared to $5.11 billion the week before. Domestic equity funds took in $1.41 billion, while foreign equity funds lost $346 million.

Hybrid funds saw inflows of $1.66 billion, slightly less than the $1.94 billion of inflows the week before.

Bond funds had inflows of $583 million, compared to inflows of $741 million the previous week. Taxable bond funds saw inflows of $1.75 billion, and municipal bond funds had outflows of $1.17 billion.

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