Janus Settles Fund Trading Probe for $225 Million

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Janus Capital Funds (JNS ) posted a loss of 8 cents per share, vs. earnings per share of 17 cents, after taking a $59 million charge to settle regulatory issues concerning improper trading in its funds. Excluding the charges, Janus earned 19 cents earnings per share, vs. 17 cents. The company also agreed to settle allegations of improper mutual-fund trading for more than $225 million.

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