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U.S. stocks are looking scary after their worst year in a decade.
Mutual funds suffered redemptions of $56.2 billion in the week ended Dec. 19, the biggest outflow since the week ended Oct. 2008.
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Taxable bond funds experienced $14.2 billion in redemptions, their worst performance in almost three years.
“We need to find other ways to get people to give us a try,” Johnson says.
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State Street Falls as Much as 9.9% as Fees Come Under Pressure
Invesco will pay about $5.7 billion including $4 billion of preferred shares and 81.9 million of common stock.
Vanguard said technical issues were unrelated to heavy volume on the site on a day when US stocks tumbled the most since February.
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