Junk Bond Fund Inflows Jump to $1.3B

Sheahan, Matthew
July 2011
High Yield Report;7/18/2011, p16
The article focuses on the 1.3 billion U.S. dollars took in by junk bonds in the week ending July 13, 2011, which according to Lipper FMI is the largest weekly flow into junk bonds since April 2011.


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