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US high yield funds see $1.9B withdrawal, snapping inflow streak

Retail investors pulled $1.9 billion from U.S. high-yield funds in the week ended March 6, putting an abrupt end to five weeks of inflows totaling $5.6 billion, according to Lipper.

High Yield Fund Flow US

With the recent activity, the four-week average dips to a $49 million outflow, from a $1.4 billion inflow last week.

ETFs took the bigger hit, with a $1.3 billion outflow, according to Lipper weekly reporters. High yield mutual funds saw $582 million of withdrawals. The change due to market conditions was positive $224 million during the week.

Since the first full week of January, net inflows to U.S. high yield funds total $7.8 billion. Assets at the funds stand at $199 billion, $43 billion of which come via ETFs.

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