Funds Post Modest Inflows, As Investors Remain Wary

A mid-month rally on Wall Street prompted investors to sock a net $3 billion into mutual funds in October, but the gains were largely dismissed as modest. Analysts suspect investors will continue to shy away from equities for months to come, according to a report issued last week by New York research firm Lipper.

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