T. Rowe Price reported Thursday that quarterly earnings surged, but missed analysts’ lofty expectations.
The Baltimore-based fund company reported a 27% increased in profits from a year earlier to $194.6 million, or 72 cents a share as net revenue rose 23% to $682.4 million.
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