U.S. junk bond mutual funds saw net inflows of $153 million in the week ending July 30, according to AMG Data Services.

This is a large increase from the $26 million in inflows of the previous week. This growth is attributed to a rebound in U.S. equities and the central banks’ efforts to support the battered financial market.

The Federal Reserve and other central banks also said they would improve efforts to stabilize the financial companies hurt by credit losses.

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