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Originally published Saturday, December 14, 2013 at 8:08 PM

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Bond funds may set a record for redemptions

Investors have removed $70.7 billion so far this year from bond funds, compared with the previous record of $62.5 billion in redemptions in 1994.


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Bond mutual funds are headed for record redemptions in 2013 amid signals the U.S. Federal Reserve will reduce its stimulus.

Investors have removed $70.7 billion so far this year from bond funds, TrimTabs Investment Research said.

Unless the trend reverses, the redemptions would top a record $62.5 billion that investors removed from bond mutual funds in 1994, TrimTabs said.



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