Janus Capital Group Inc. announced Thursday that its first-quarter earnings rose as trading continued to recover from the depths of the recession a year earlier.

The Denver-based investment management company reported earning of $31.3 million, or 17 cents a share, after suffering a loss of $818.1 million or $5.22 per share. The losses last year were due to asset writedowns.

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