Despite recent manager turnover and an off year in 2014, we still have confidence in this conservatively run Bronze-rated foreign large-blend fund.
Morgan Stanley Institutional International Equity may not be a big winner during rallies, but this conservative foreign-stock fund has more than made up ground in down markets.
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Morgan Stanley to close a Silver-rated global stock fund to new investors and T. Rowe Price bans some 1,300 employees of American Airlines from trading T. Rowe funds in the airline's employee-sponsored retirement plan.
Vanguard launches international-bond fund, FPA Crescent picks up 2 new comanagers, and managers depart at GSAM, Buffalo, and BlackRock. Also, Matthews to close its Asia dividend fund, and Morgan Stanley set to launch a global quality stock fund.
Putnam bond manager joins Standish, and Cohen & Steers adds a manager.
Columbia files to launch active ETFs, Eagle secures new team, the SEC backs off money fund reforms, and more.
Oakmark reopens fund, Sentinel managers head to competitor, Lord Abbett makes manager changes and more.
A PIMCO Ginnie Mae manager departs, Fidelity to merge away two funds, and more Vanguard fund expense ratios come down.
Plus, Wintergreen's battle, Evergreen cuts B shares, and more.