Investors withdrew $5 billion from U.S. stock and bond long-term funds in September, Strategic Insight reports.
This was a “significant improvement” from August, when open-end and closed-end mutual funds (excluding ETFs and VA sub-accounts) were hit with $33.6 billion in outflows following the downgrade of the U.S. debt rating.
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