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US Treasury: October Capital Inflows Biggest in Five Years

Foreigners poured money back in the United States in October at the biggest monthly rate in five years after they fled from them in September on fears that the government could default on some of its debt obligations, U.S. Treasury data showed on Monday. Foreigners bought $194.9 billion more in U.S. stocks and bonds than what they sold in October, compared with a net sale of $97.6 billion in September. The September net sale was originally reported at $106.8 billion. October's...

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