(Bloomberg) -- Vanguard Group Inc., the biggest U.S. mutual-fund firm, attracted more money from investors in the first nine months of 2012 than it has in any full calendar year in its 38-year history.
The company won $113 billion in deposits in mutual funds and exchange-traded funds through September, John Woerth, a spokesman, said today in an e-mail. The Valley Forge, Pennsylvania-based company received $104 billion in 2007, the previous high.
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