Mutual funds started February with a roar but ended the month with a whimper.

According to statistics released today by the Investment Company Institute, mutual funds posted estimated inflows of $5.51 billion for the week ended Wednesday, Feb. 29. That represents the month’s most meager weekly infusion and a far cry from the $12.77 billion they took in the first week of the month. It’s also a little more than half the $10.46 billion they posted in inflows just one week earlier.

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