Inflows Continue for HY Bond and Loan Funds

Sheahan, Matthew
October 2010
High Yield Report;10/25/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 43, p25
This article reports on the move of investors to continue to invest in high yield bond and leveraged loan funds in the U.S. for the week ending October 20, 2010.


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