U.S. stock mutual funds saw outflows this week for the first time since early June, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Investors, possibly worried over potential U.S. military action in Syria, pulled $226 million in the week that ended Sept. 4, according to Lipper data pulled by the Journal.

The previous week, investors pumped $1 billion into stock mutual funds.

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