U.S.-based stock funds gain $11.84 bln, most since January-Lipper
NEW YORK, July 11
NEW YORK, July 11 (Reuters) - Investors in U.S.-based stock funds poured in $11.84 billion in the latest week, the most since late January, data from Thomson Reuters' Lipper service showed on Thursday.
Funds that hold taxable bonds, meanwhile, suffered outflows of $236.9 million in the week ended July 10 after gaining $3.32 billion in new cash the previous week. Investors pulled $250.3 million out of funds that hold inflation-protected bonds, marking the 13th consecutive week of withdrawals from the funds.
Investors also pulled $998.8 million from commodities and precious metals funds, up from withdrawals of $92.6 million the prior week.
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