Its doors have reopened and a manager is leaving, but the key leader remains in charge.
European multinationals are still some of the cheapest companies in the global universe today, says the Oakmark International manager.
Although major indexes remain elevated, these funds could be good places to put money to work in the present market environment.
Unless a fragile market triggers outflows, the Oakmark International fund is likely to remain closed to retain its flexibility and concentrated portfolio, says manager David Herro.
With Bill Nygren and David Herro at the helm, Silver-rated Oakmark Global Select has bested more than 90% of its peers on both a total return and risk-adjusted basis.
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