U.S.- registered global stock funds have been getting assistance from a weak dollar as it boosts foreign holdings in portfolios, Reuters reports.

The funds have been up 16.2% over the last three months ended July 10, according to data research firm Lipper of New York. The average diversified U.S. stock was up 17.6% during the same time period.

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