August 2, 2019

Lipper Weekly U.S. Fund Flows Report – July 31, 2019

by Pat Keon, CFA.

For the first week in eight, Lipper’s fund asset groups (including both mutual funds and exchange-traded funds) suffered overall net outflows as slightly more than $8.3 billion left their coffers during the fund-flows trading week ended Wednesday, July 31. The net negative flows were driven by money market funds (-$14.1 billion) while all other asset groups took in net new money as investors moved money off the sidelines. Equity funds (+$3.6 billion) had the largest net inflows, while taxable bond funds (+$1.8 billion) and municipal bond funds (+$434 million) also had net positive flows.

Pat Keon, Lipper Senior Research Analyst, speaks to the highlights in this week’s video.

 

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