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Keeping Track: stock-fund inflows

Some shifts amid a general slide

Stock mutual funds had an inflow of $4.8 billion in May, compared with $12.9 billion in April, according to data released June 28 by the Investment Company Institute. Funds that invest in overseas firms notched an increase of $2 billion for the month, after a $667 million gain in April.

Bond funds had an inflow of $10.6 billion in May, compared with a rise of $7.76 in April.

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The combined assets of the US mutual funds (stocks, bonds, money markets, and hybrids) fell $10.8 billion for the month, to $6.9 trillion.


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