Investors are demonstrating confidence in the world’s biggest economy by pouring cash back into risky assets and out of government securities as the Federal Reserve slows stimulus.

Yesterday BlackRock Inc.’s $13.7 billion exchange-traded fund (ETF) that focuses on junk bonds reported its biggest daily deposit since October, helping boost the total volume flowing into the biggest high-yield debt ETFs by $2 billion in the past month, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Investors funneled $1.9 billion yesterday into U.S. stocks, which have recovered from a 3.5 percent loss in January.

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