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Funds that invest primarily in U.S. stocks see a net $6.26 billion walk out the door in the week ended Wednesday.
Funds that invest in foreign stocks were more popular than funds that invest in U.S. stocks.
But funds that invest in U.S. stocks see more money walk out the door.
Investors continue to pull money out of three of the firm's equity managers
Funds that invest in U.S. equities saw money walk out the door, while international stock funds took in money, albeit at a slower pace.
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They add to international stock funds but pull money out of domestic stock funds.
The week saw the largest inflows in a single day since January 2001.
They continue to show a preference for foreign stock funds over U.S. stock funds.