According to data from Strategic Insight, the net inflow to money market funds for the month reached $75 billion. Meanwhile, equity funds posted a net outflow of $27 billion.
In July, U.S. equity fund outflows totaled some $20 billion, while international equity fund outflows were only $7 billion. Year-to-date through July, all equity funds have experienced very modest net outflows of roughly $20 billion, Strategic Insight said.
Net bond fund inflows were $4.5 billion in July, with taxable bond funds drawing more net inflows than tax-free bond funds.
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) pulled in roughly $9.4 billion in July across all asset classes. Slightly more than half of the inflows went to domestic equity ETFs.
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