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Mutual Funds Articles
Baby boomers and Gen Xers have the highest rates of mutual fund ownership in 2014, according to the ICI’s annual survey.
Craig Anzlovar has joined the firm from Fidelity Investments.
The objective is modest volatility, downside-risk protection and diversification against the other assets in the portfolio, says Ameriprise's head of specialized strategies.
The $3.7 trillion municipal market is on pace for its first monthly loss of 2014 and trailing gains in Treasuries amid a glut of issuance by states and localities.
The five-month plunge that lopped 29 percent from the price of oil has left energy stocks with the weakest influence on U.S. equities in nine years...
Pimco introduced a $279 million award program to retain top talent after the surprise departure of Bill Gross.
BlackRock's CEO Laurence D. Fink said the world’s largest money manager had “one big net seller” during October’s market rout.
Vanguard Group Inc., the largest U.S. mutual-fund firm, attracted more money from investors in the first 10 months of 2014 than it has in any full calendar year in its 39-year history.
Jeffrey Gundlach's DoubleLine Funds, an investment firm that has been a major rival of bond fund giant Pimco, reported its ninth consecutive month of inflows in October, totaling $2...
Growth is moderating, but it is also shifting toward services and consumption.