U.S. stock funds attract most cash since late August: Lipper

NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. fund investors waded back into equities during the latest week, channeling the most cash into the stock market since late August, Lipper data showed on Thursday.

Stock mutual funds and exchange-traded funds in the United States pulled in $2.9 billion in the week ended Oct. 11, according to the research service.

Reporting by Trevor Hunnicutt; Editing by James Dalgleish

Filed in: Top News Tags: 

You might like:

BofA's Merrill admits misleading customers, to pay $42 million SEC fine BofA's Merrill admits misleading customers, to pay $42 million SEC fine
Merrill Lynch to pay $42 million for misleading customers: SEC Merrill Lynch to pay $42 million for misleading customers: SEC
Your Money: How to deal with the paperwork scramble after a spouse dies Your Money: How to deal with the paperwork scramble after a spouse dies
New 'spider' ETF captures Facebook, AT&T in its web New 'spider' ETF captures Facebook, AT&T in its web
Wealth management startup SigFig secures $50 million round led by General Atlantic Wealth management startup SigFig secures $50 million round led by General Atlantic
Wells Fargo mulls combining wealth management divisions Wells Fargo mulls combining wealth management divisions
Wells Fargo to restructure wealth management business: WSJ Wells Fargo to restructure wealth management business: WSJ
Merrill Lynch reviewing ban on commissions-paying retirement accounts Merrill Lynch reviewing ban on commissions-paying retirement accounts

Leave a Reply

Submit Comment
© 5186 Stock Investors News. All rights reserved. XHTML / CSS Valid.