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Investors redeemed $14.21 billion during the week ended Wednesday, net of new sales, according to TrimTabs.
Equity funds saw even more outflows than in the previous week.
Stock ETFs still attract new money, but less than the previous week.
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Net redemptions rose to $5 billion in the week ended Wednesday from $2.28 billion the previous week.
Bond funds keep pulling in new money as investors fear recession.
Equity funds pulled in $14.58 billion of new money during the week ended Wednesday.
Equity funds saw $2.28 billion walk out the door the week ended Wednesday, down from $5.55 billion the previous week.
Funds that invest primarily in U.S. stocks see a net $6.26 billion walk out the door in the week ended Wednesday.