Lipper Weekly U.S. Fund Flows Video Series - July 11, 2012
Published on 13 Jul 2012 by Jeff Tjornehoj
Equity mutual funds pulled in a little money from investors this week, reversing a three week outflow slide; all told, they took in about $450 million. Surprisingly, domestic equity funds accounted for most of the inflow total, about $445 million. Domestic equity ETF investors saw things differently, though, as they pulled a net $2.2 billion from their investments. Taxable bond funds had another solid week of inflows, this time for $3.0 billion; High Yield accounted for over $1.1 billion of the total. Municipal debt funds kept the inflows chugging along with another $670 million going their way. Money market funds had their best week of inflows since early-December 2011 with $22.5 billion added.