LONDON (Reuters) - Investors pulled $6.2 billion from stocks in the latest week, the biggest outflows in eight weeks, whilst ramping up their exposure to corporate and emerging market debt, Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) said on Friday. read whole article

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