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Net buying of long-term US equities, notes and bonds totaled $3.3 billion in September versus $90.3 billion in August and versus the median economist estimate of $50 billion.

Millan Mulraine at TD Securities said the slowdown was due in part to the improvement in global sentiment towards Europe, and in part by profit-taking in September from the surge in August in anticipation of QE3.

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