Outflows from U.S. stock mutual funds appear to be subsiding. For the week ended Aug. 15, investors pulled an estimated $2.67 billion from funds that invest long-term in U.S. equities, according to the latest statistics from the Investment Company Institute.  The latest outflow is substantially less than the $3.56 billion outflow the week before and the massive $5.65 billion outflow the week before that.

Non-U.S. stock funds also continued to lose fans, posting estimated outflows of $556 million for the week ended Aug. 15 or four times the previous week's $122 million outflow.

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