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Janus-Henderson Deal ‘Complimentary and Accretive’

Janus Capital Group (JNS) is slightly lower Tuesday morning, giving back a bit of the gains it saw after it announced its merger with Henderson Group yesterday. Wells Fargo’s Christopher Harris for one likes the deal. He reiterated a Market Perform rating on Janus this morning, arguing that yesterday’s rally captured the potential upside from merger already, but called the deal “complimentary and accretive.
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