Mutual funds endured their biggest beating in well more than a year. During the week ended June 5, investors yanked an estimated $11.53 billion from virtually all categories of long-term funds, giving them their first weekly outflow this year, according to the latest statistics from the Investment Company Institute.

The outflow exceeded last year’s mega outflow of $6.57 billion in early December, the year’s largest.

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