T. Rowe Price Group said its second-quarter net income rose 3.7%, though revenue from investment advisory fees fell slightly.

The Baltimore mutual fund company also said that the rebound in financial market valuations during the quarter brought assets under management to their highest level, $161.2 billion, since the end of 2000.

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