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Franklin Templeton Mutual Funds
That's as average Americans are pouring money into mutual funds, pushing up health-care stocks.
The mutual fund firm is the biggest investor in Lennar, Pulte and others, showing confidence in a rebound.
PIMCO has recruited veteran portfolio managers who had run the Mutual Series Funds to run its first stock fund.
Mutual funds that have little correlation with the broader stock market can be the best protection.
Roger Ibbotson, founder of Ibbotson Associates, argues that stocks will outperform bonds.
Merrill Lynch's willingness to adjust with investment trends has kept its brokerage business a major player in the mutual fund business.
People who move their money around based on emotion often lose out in the end. The down economy is making it even worse.
Passive funds seem to do better during bull markets, while selection fares well when markets are down.
Janus earnings match forecasts, while Franklin blows past estimates.
The asset manager posts a 78% rise in earnings.
Greenback bears have been pouring into world bond funds, but this year the bet hasn't paid off.
Two mutual fund families post strong results after the market enjoys a year-end rally.
Monday's big Excelon deal points to a potential 2005 hot spot, Cohen & Steers' Becker says.
The big fund company will fork over $20 million.
UBS downgrades the asset manager's stock, saying it has gotten ahead of itself.