- Diversified emerging-markets funds saw the strongest inflows among Morningstar categories in February, collecting $6.2 billion.
- Even though it may not be a clear sign of a rotation out of bonds and into stocks, investors are taking on more risk. Precious metals, money market, and most government bond funds saw outflows, while bank loan and emerging-markets bond offerings captured new assets. Even less diversified offerings like sector funds also saw strong inflows.
- Bronze-rated PIMCO Unconstrained Bond led all active funds with inflows of $2.2 billion in February, and Gold-rated Eaton Vance Floating Rate, with new assets of $1.1 billion, led the recently popular bank-loan category.
Morningstar Reports U.S. Mutual Fund Asset Flows Through February 2013
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