High Yield Funds See Fewer Withdrawals

Colter, Allison BIsbey
August 2011
High Yield Report;8/22/2011, p8
The article reports that withdrawals from high yield bonds slowed down in the week ended August 17, 2011 as the market volatility weakened.


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