Nov. 14, 2003 — Stock and bond mutual funds, and funds that invest in both types of securities all took in money in the second week of November, according to TrimTabs.com.

Domestic equity funds attracted $4.4 billion in the week ended Nov. 12 after pulling in $2.6 billion a week earlier. Funds that invest in foreign stocks saw inflows of $300 million, compared to outflows of $1.4 billion in the prior week.

Bond fund inflows slipped to $300 million from $900 million. Investors also put less money into hybrid funds. These funds, which hold stocks and bonds, took in $700 million in the latest reporting period after attracting $1.2 billion a week earlier.