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posted: 3/24/2013 3:59 PM

Exodus from bonds? Not yet

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  • Stock mutual funds had net deposits of $76 billion through February. While that is up sharply from $14 billion a year earlier, the cash for stocks is not coming at the expense of bonds, according to more recent snapshots of investment flows.

      Stock mutual funds had net deposits of $76 billion through February. While that is up sharply from $14 billion a year earlier, the cash for stocks is not coming at the expense of bonds, according to more recent snapshots of investment flows.
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Market pros call it the great rotation. that's the long-awaited scenario when investors take their money out of bonds and sink it into stocks. it was the buzzword this month when the dow jones industrial average reached a record high. the idea was that investors were confident enough in the economy to shed their financial crisis fears and leave the safety of bonds. but it's not happening.

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