. . . St. Louis County Places Them on Watch

October 2004
Investment Management Weekly;10/18/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 41, p1
Reports on the decision of St. Louis County Retirement Board to place Capital Guardian Trust Co. on watch for performance issues on an international equity account of an undetermined size as of October 18, 2004. Worth of the plan; Percentage of decrease in Capital Guardian's performance in July 2004; Refusal of Chuck Freadhoff, spokesman for Capital Guardian, to comment about the issue.


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