Moving in sympathy with equities, U.S.-based high-yield junk bond funds attracted $2.65 billion in the week ended Wednesday, their second straight week of inflows. And U.S.-based investment-grade corporate bond funds attracted $4.16 billion in the week ended Wednesday, extending their weekly inflow streak since September, Lipper said.
Major indexes have hit a series of record highs since the start of the year and the S&P 500 is up 3.5 percent since Dec. 31.
“Obviously a strong week for funds, inflows just about across the board,” said Pat Keon, senior research analyst at Thomson Reuters Lipper.
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