While Denver-based Janus Capital Group said its net profit for the first quarter fell 93%, its outflows have stabilized and executives remain optimistic that the company is in a good position for a future economic recovery.

First quarter profit was just $2.7 million, or two cents a share, down from $37.4 million, or 23 cents a share, this time last year.

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