For the week ended Wednesday, October 17, investors injected $10.6 billion into open-end funds and exchange-traded funds and another $13.1 billion into money market funds, according to data from Lipper.

According to Tom Roseen, Head of Research Services at Lipper, for the second week in three all types of equity funds suffered net outflows, witnessing $2.6 billion in net redemptions, while money market funds (+$10.6 billion), taxable bond funds (+$4.5 billion), and municipal bond funds (+$0.6 billion) continued to attract net new money.

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