Janus Capital Group plans to bring two new mutual funds to market in February as part of a larger effort to turn things around at the troubled fund firm, a move that ends a three-and-a-half year drought for new retail products, the Rocky Mountain News reports.

The Denver-based fund complex said in a regulatory filing earlier this month that it will launch two new stock funds in February, the Janus Explorer Fund and the Janus Research Fund, pending final approval from the Securities and Exchange Commission, the newspaper said.

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