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September 5, 2001 | Bloomberg News
Janus Capital, which tripled its assets in the late 1990s as investors poured money into its technology-heavy stock mutual funds, is shrinking almost as fast. Janus' parent, Stilwell Financial (SV), said its assets fell to $195 billion Aug. 31, the first time they've been below $200 billion since the firm was spun off from Kansas City Southern Industries (KSU) in July of last year. Stilwell assets--most of which come from Janus--have plunged 41% in the last 12 months.
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September 5, 2001 | Bloomberg News
Janus Capital, which tripled its assets in the late 1990s as investors poured money into its technology-heavy stock mutual funds, is shrinking almost as fast. Janus' parent, Stilwell Financial (SV), said its assets fell to $195 billion Aug. 31, the first time they've been below $200 billion since the firm was spun off from Kansas City Southern Industries (KSU) in July of last year. Stilwell assets--most of which come from Janus--have plunged 41% in the last 12 months.
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July 13, 2000 | Bloomberg News
The parent of the Janus mutual funds, Stilwell Financial, starts trading today on the New York Stock Exchange--arriving as shares of fund managers and brokerages are hot again. Janus, perhaps the hottest fund company in recent years, might not need strength in its stock peer group to attract investors, of course. But it can't hurt. On Wednesday, shares of Stilwell parent Kansas City Southern Industries (KSU), which is spinning off Stilwell to shareholders, jumped $2.94 to $93.
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July 13, 2000 | Bloomberg News
The parent of the Janus mutual funds, Stilwell Financial, starts trading today on the New York Stock Exchange--arriving as shares of fund managers and brokerages are hot again. Janus, perhaps the hottest fund company in recent years, might not need strength in its stock peer group to attract investors, of course. But it can't hurt. On Wednesday, shares of Stilwell parent Kansas City Southern Industries (KSU), which is spinning off Stilwell to shareholders, jumped $2.94 to $93.
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