U.S. mutual funds eased their inflation rate in the third quarter of the year, as inflation for consumer goods and services eased in July and August.
Total exposure fell to $12.1 billion – the lowest level since then Risk.net It began collecting this data from US Securities and Exchange Commission filings on mutual funds and exchanges at the beginning of 2020 – in the second quarter of $16.4 billion. The Q3 figure represents a 60% decline from the $29.9 billion peak
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