Both retail and institutional-class shares increased, with total asset rising $10.19 billion to $2.39 trillion. Retail shares increased $1.68 billion to $983.5 billion, with investors, who have an eye on tax day, favoring tax-exempt classes. Of the 881 retail-class shares available, the 307 tax-exempt shares increased $1.92 billion to $231.29 billion, while the 574 taxable shared dropped by $241.2 million to $752.22 billion. Meanwhile, institutional investors seemed less preoccupied with tax status. Of the 1,146 retail class shares available, the 896 taxably shares attracted $13.52 billion more, for a total of $1.268 trillion, while the 250 tax-exempt shares dipped by $5.01 billion to $139.89 billion.
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