Bloomberg -- U.S. fixed-income mutual funds attracted investor deposits last week, rebounding from redemptions spurred by speculation that the Federal Reserve would scale back its unprecedented stimulus, while bond exchange-traded funds had withdrawals.

Investors put $219 million into U.S. taxable-bond mutual funds while pulling $456 million from bond ETFs in the week ended July 10, Denver-based research firm Lipper said yesterday in an e-mailed statement. They deposited more than $3 billion in bond mutual funds and ETFs combined during the week ended July 3, the first week of net deposits in five weeks. U.S. bond funds had withdrawals of $23.7 billion in the four weeks ended June 26, the most since October 2008, Lipper said.

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