February flows for these behemoths reflect broader trends.
Few Morningstar Categories came out ahead in a volatile month.
We've placed this Silver-rated fund under review.
We've placed the fund's rating under review as a result.
The firm is making a move into alternatives.
Current fundholders may see a larger-than-average capital gains distribution this year, too.
One of the world's largest asset managers makes a statement.
These high-conviction approaches will require an appetite for risk.
A successor will take over at a time of change for the company.
We've placed this Gold-rated fund under review.
The move follows other active managers.
The respected value manager died in an apparent suicide, police said.
Longtime manager Bill Hench and his team abruptly depart Royce Opportunity.
Our ratings remain unchanged.
A long-standing estate plan is in effect.
International Value Advisers is winding down its operations.
Larry Puglia will step away after leading the fund for 28 years, but its future is still bright in the hands of successor Paul Greene.
Having 47% of net assets in this holding highlights the fund's lax risk controls.
Two senior leaders plan to retire in the next 18 months.
The thoughtful transition at Loomis Sayles has been in motion for more than a decade.
Fund mergers and consolidations are possible after the deal closes.
A newly created entity will bring opportunities and trade-offs.
The deal combines two companies with Average Parent ratings.
A small portion of the fund's March dividend payments will be classified as return of capital rather than regular income.
Past bear markets have shown that there likely will be more reopening announcements on the way.
Our analysts examine the recent performance of funds from Oakmark, Dodge & Cox, and T. Rowe Price, among others.
There are plenty of reasons to stay the course with this struggling fund.
The coronavirus and the steep drop in oil prices were an unexpected double whammy for this Gold-rated fund.
Don't touch your face or your portfolio.
The acquisition will create a $1.5 trillion asset manager.
CIO of asset allocation and real return Mihir Worah will retire in 2020.
Capital Group retains its Positive Parent rating, and investors in American Funds should rest assured that their assets are still in good hands.
Mark Denning's departure is a loss, and we're putting American Funds New Economy under review.
Investors can now buy into one of the large-cap blend category's most reliable--and exceptional--funds.
T. Rowe Price's David Giroux and Wellington Management's Jean Hynes talk value investing, innovation in healthcare, and where they're finding opportunity.
Morningstar experts discuss patient benefits, costs, and planning for healthcare amid accelerating technology.
AQR's Cliff Asness digs into why some multifactor quantitative strategies have been struggling.
Emmanuel Roman asserts his firm's fixed-income edge at the Morningstar Investment Conference.
Sonal Desai, chief investment officer of the Franklin Templeton fixed-income group, says fundamentals in global bond markets are strong.
Primecap’s managers have been here before and have proven adept at taking advantage of such opportunities.
We see the cuts as a directional improvement for investors, but they do not impact our Morningstar Analyst Ratings.
Gold-rated T. Rowe Price New Horizons is Under Review as Henry Ellenbogen is set to depart.
Outflows accelerate in 2018 amid poor performance for this Gold-rated fund.
We see both firms as having similar strengths but no decisions have been made about integrating the families' fund lineups.
We're maintaining our Gold ratings for Artisan International Value and Artisan Global Value as the funds move to having distinct management teams.
The replacement of longtime subadvisor Northern Cross with Marathon Asset Management will result in a capital gains distribution estimated to be more than a third of net asset value.
Is it time to reconsider active U.S. large-cap growth strategies?
Experts say traditional portfolio diversification continues to be relevant in today's markets.
Experts discuss how to help clients establish portfolios that align with their intentions and values.
Puerto Rico, Illinois, and tobacco continue to polarize, but opportunity remains in the muni market.