Domestic stocks have proved resilient in a tumultuous 2016.
Looking at performance since 2000 creates a better picture of which funds have delivered for investors.
A raft of manager changes at Fidelity, a comanager exits Invesco China, and Kansas' 529 plans drop their fees and offer some new, low-priced options.
Also, Vanguard rolls out an emerging-markets bond fund, major portfolio manager departures at T. Rowe Price and FPA, Neuberger Berman to launch a China fund, and Invesco to rework its quant funds.
After much negative news, the dust seems to have settled at the growth equity shop.
Former Wasatch managers give it a go on their own and more . . .
Templeton makes leadership changes, long-short fund finds new partner, and more.
Plus, Third Avenue Value celebrates its 20th anniversary, and more.
Marsico maneuvers with lenders, Calamos closes two funds, and more.
The location of a company's headquarters doesn't tell the whole story.