Janus Capital Group eked out a 1.2% increase last month in its overall assets, with gross sales of the firm's long-term investments rising more than 35% in December, Reuters reports.

The news is music to the ears of the firm's investors who endured tremendous volatility after regulatory problems spurred billions of dollars in outflows and prompted resignations by a handful of senior officials.

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