Janus Capital Group, Inc.

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Closing price May 30, 2017
Janus Capital Group shares saw a handy gain in Monday’s session after it was announced that Janus had agreed to a merger of equals with Henderson Group.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Tuesday morning include Applied Materials, Kinder Morgan, Las Vegas Sands, ONEOK, Pandora Media and Wells Fargo.
Janus Capital has now launched the Obesity ETF, which has a strategy of investing in companies that provide treatment and care for obesity and obesity‐related disease.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Thursday morning include Baidu, Boeing, Coeur Mining, Flextronics, NXP Semiconductors, Walt Disney and WebMD.
The market rally is putting a firmer bid under some of the top financial companies, which in turn look like they may have turned the corner.
Janus has announced that it will launch four thematic ETFs soon, focused on long-term care, health and fitness, obesity and organics.
What happens when the king of bonds warns investors that long-term bonds, banks and credit are all getting too risky? Is it possible that there is now no place to hide?
Janus Capital has decided to launch two new exchange traded funds, making for another round of specialty ETFs for investors.
Janus Capital Group, Inc. (NYSE: JNS) may be gathering its assets at a better rate than the stock market wants to credit it for. Maybe adding Bill Gross, a.k.a. the Bond King, to its roster of...
The top analyst calls for Monday, January 11, 2016, include Banco Santander, Box, General Motors, Illumina, JPMorgan and Noble.
Thursday’s top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include Boeing, Five Below, Halliburton, Janus Capital, Kroger, Lululemon Athletica and Seadrill.
The main point of Bill Gross's outlook in September is rather simple: Get the Fed to raise rates, but just once and then go away for some time.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include Ambarella, Cisco Systems, Frontier Communications, Marvell Technology, Yingli Green Energy and AT&T.
A new report from Jefferies points to four financial services stocks that should prosper in the rising rate environment, and all are rated Buy.
Bill Gross always has some financial market humor mixed in with the commentary, and many investors would point out that he may have an in on bonds, with little value in his opinions in other markets.