Shares of BlackRock (BLK) have been decimated this year, as strong returns in the U.S were offset by weakness in International markets.
BlackRock (BLK) stock isn’t having a good year. And now Fidelity’s move to introduce no-fee mutual funds has sent shares even lower.
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