Weekly equity fund net inflows top $6.1 bln-Lipper

 NEW YORK, March 31 (Reuters) - Investors put fresh cash to
work in both equities and bond funds in the week ended March
30, with gains for both domestic and international stock funds
while municipals lost out for a 20th straight week, data from
Lipper showed on Thursday.
 U.S. domiciled equity funds took in an estimated net $6.12
billion, roaring back from the prior week's net outflow of $2.4
billion.
 Lipper, a Thomson Reuters service, reported a $4.3 billion
net inflow for U.S.-focused equity funds while non-domestic
equites had net inflows of $1.8 billion.
 Muni bond funds had outflows of $404 million, putting the
20-week streak total at $29.5 billion in net redemptions.
 The weekly Lipper fund flow data is compiled from reports
issued by U.S.-domiciled mutual funds and exchange-traded
funds. The weekly data goes back to 1992.
 The following is a broad breakdown of the flows for the
week, including exchange-traded funds:
Sector                    Flow      Pct       Total     Share
                      Change    Change     Assets    Class
(in $ billions)                  In Assets              Count
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All Equity Funds          6.123     0.22    2,793.387  10,003
-Domestic Equities        4.298     0.21    2,072.544   7,609
-Non-Domestic Equities    1.825     0.26      720.843   2,394
All Taxable Bond Funds    3.939     0.31    1,282.716   3,992
All Money Market Funds    1.141     0.05    2,497.239   1,526
All Municipal Bond Funds -0.404    -0.13      310.565   1,570
 (Reporting by Daniel Bases)


Weekly equity fund net inflows top $6.1 bln-Lipper