Fidelity Investments is becoming aggressive in the low-cost battle against index fund giant Vanguard Group.
Kathleen Gaffney, the longtime co-manager of the Loomis Sayles Bond Fund with Daniel Fuss, is no longer with the firm, according to a filing with the SEC.
With the Great Bond-Buying Market going strong for the fourth straight year, American Funds has announced plans to launch three new bond funds in 2013.
Laurence D. Fink, BlackRock chairman and CEO, said the firm will announce fee reductions for large ETFs next quarter, after losing market share to rivals.
The Vanguard Group Inc. sent out a warning signal to bond investors Monday.
Russell Investments and Scottrade reconsider ETF market as they fail to compete with market leaders BlackRock, SSGA and Vanguard.
Western Asset Management Co. has rebranded itself all in a bid to reclaim its place as the top fixed-income manager.
The Vanguard Group Inc. will be the first to tell you that it isn't in the midst of an ETF fee war, but its competitors, namely BlackRock Inc., must feel that way.
ICI up in arms over amendment to rule that exempted mutual funds from having to register with the CFTC as commodity pool operators.
The CFTC is cracking down on mutual funds that invest heavily in oil, natural gas and other commodities — and it could lead to higher costs for investors.
Howard Schow, co-manager of the $30 billion Vanguard Primecap Fund, has died, the company announced Tuesday.
More than any other mutual fund company, American Funds is bearing the brunt of investors' latest infatuation with passive investing witnessing up to $81 billion in outflows.
Fidelity Investments is giving two of its sector managers bigger roles. But in doing so, the fund firm is pulling one of the managers off a top-performing fund — despite an earlier assertion by Fidelity that he would remain the manager.
Highland Capital Management has announced it will spin off its mutual fund arm next month into Pyxis Capital, a newly formed firm.