(Bloomberg) -- ETFs that hold U.S. Treasuries are seeing more cash inflows this month than any other fixed-income funds for the first time this year.

U.S. government debt ETFs have brought in $1.5 billion since March, according to Bloomberg data. If that trend holds, it will be the first time since October that inflows into the funds will outpace those of other bond ETFs.

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