After a strong start in February, domestic stock mutual funds again fell out of favor, according to the latest weekly statistics released Wednesday by the Investment Company Institute. Investors withdrew an estimated $322 million from U.S. equity funds during the week ended Wednesday, Feb. 22, the first time this month that the funds posted an outflow.

Investors were kinder to foreign equity funds as they sent an estimated $1.13 billion their way, $123 million more than they did the week before.

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