As promised, Numeric closes the door to new investors.
Japan, Latin America funds get the ax.
Departure is a loss for shareholders.
These funds search elsewhere for earnings growth.
Foreign financials lure AIM Global Financial Services.
Small caps tank, pummel Westcore International Frontier.
Fund still tries to stand firmly on shaky ground.
Tech, telecom make life miserable for AIM Euroland Growth.
Bear Stearns S&P Stars still leads the large-growth pack.
Cheap stocks keep Vanguard Global Equity in the black.
Value bias continues to buoy Bear Stearns Insiders Select.
After stellar 2000, Schroder Small Cap Value slips in the ranks.
Growth bias shellacks Invesco European.
Changing tides buoy Brinson Global Equity.
After a bloody 2000, T. Rowe Price Japan recuperates.
A fine small-cap fund is back on the market.
Favored pastimes save fund in 2001.
Value hound Brinson U.S. Equity moves ahead.
Equities finally suit Brinson Global's budget.
Future uncertain under Pioneer Europe's new leaders.
Financials stake, tech rock Burnham Fund.
Despite colossal losses, Warburg Pincus Japan Growth sticks to its knitting.
Recent woes have done little to deter CSWP Japan Small Cap.
MFS Managed Sectors spurns--then reacquaints iteself--with tech.
Oracle, Cisco keep MFS Emerging Growth in the dumps.
Spunky small fare gives Schroder International small-cap fund pause.
Don't panic over the new face at Fidelity Select Leisure.
Julius Baer International Equity is looking smug. Again.
The biggies haven't been aiding AIM Blue Chip, lately.
Tech, Japanese stocks, cripple fund.
Fund looks ho-hum.
Growth penchant trips up AIM Value.
The pendulum swung at the right time for Vanguard International Value's new skippers.
Vanguard International Growth's customary reserve prevails.
More-moderate home suits Schroder U.S. Smaller Companies well.
Tech stocks continue to make AIM Charter seasick.
Alliance New Europe has slowed along with its favorite fare.
Macroeconomic musings help Muhlenkamp look sage.
Some deft repositioning puts Schroder International ahead of the pack.
Being a shy sister to the S&P 500 index has worked well for GE U.S. Equity.
These days, American Century Global Growth is settling for more pedestrian growth.
American Century International Discovery has hit a bump, but there's reason to stick around.
So far in 2001, though, its new stakes are just poking along.
Fund finds other sources of growth.
This fund's U.S. lineup will now feature more of the ususal suspects.
This fund has finally come out of hibernation.
This fund may have found a more suitable home, but it may not always be a true bargain-hunter.
Massive redemptions cause problems for these already-troubled funds.
New blood hasn't done much for this fund in the past.
This fund's deputy has taken the reins.