was the top-selling fund family in the US in the 12 months ended February, the
reports, citing Morningstar
funds attracted $140 billion in new money. But excluding money market funds,
JPMorgan saw outflows of $1.3 billion.
Not counting money market funds, Fidelity
and American Funds
both recorded net redemptions of $32 billion. On the other hand, with the money market tally,
Fidelity had inflows of $53 billion, according to Lipper
For its part, Franklin Templeton
saw stock and bond outflows of $20 billion. Putnam Investments
saw $13 billion in redemptions, Legg Mason
had $16 billion in outflows and OppenheimerFunds
and Dodge & Cox
both had $13 billion in redemptions.
pulled in $49 billion in net inflows, of which $10 billion were in money market funds
and $39 billion were in its stock and bond funds.
, meanwhile, posted net inflows of $19 billion mainly because of its Total Return
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