Bank-managed mutual funds slightly lagged behind their nonbank counterparts during the second quarter, a period that saw a rally in both the stock and taxable bond markets.

The strong returns in domestic stocks and bonds, combined with a recovery in international equity markets, gave an edge to nonbank funds, which generally have a more aggressive exposure to these markets than their more conservative bank counterparts.

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