$1.5bn of fund outflows hit high-yield market


Last month, the junk bond market showed its first substantial sign of weakness in over half a year, with investors pulling a large amount of money out of the sector. During the week ended February 4, investors pulled $1.57 billion in funds out of the high-yield sector, according to data provider AMG Data Services, the largest weekly outflow since August.

The news comes after 13 consecutive weeks of inflows into the junk market. As of mid-February, there was a $658 million net flow of money out

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