Lipper U.S. Weekly Fund Flows: A Tale Of 2 Cities
Jan 31, 2016
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During the fund-flows week ended January 27, 2016, markets continued their wild swings upon hearing conflicting market and economic news throughout the week. On Thursday, January 21, U.S. stocks got a shot in the arm, fueled by a rally in oil prices, despite news that crude inventories had risen the prior week, that weekly initial jobless claims had risen to their highest level since July, and that the Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank's manufacturing index remained in negative territory for the fifth month in a row.
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