Bond funds hit by biggest outflows on record as QE fears strike

Jackson, Gary
June 2013
Fundweb;6/10/2013, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports on the 12.5 billion U.S. dollar outflow of bond funds worldwide during the week ending June 5, 2013. The outflow is attributed to speculations that the U.S. Federal Reserve could start to slow quantitative easing. Six and one billion U.S. dollars were withdrawn from high-yield bonds and from global and emerging markets bond during the period, respectively.


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