Salient to Investors:

International net selling of long-term US equities, notes and bonds in March was the largest since May 2009 and shows investors were willing to seek higher-yielding assets amid signs of a stronger US economy.

Gennadiy Goldberg at TD Securities said the data does not suggest a pronounced global investor rush into safety assets, and the greater number of foreign securities sold to US investors is a consequence of decreasing global uncertainty.

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