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The Ninth Circuit revived a class action brought against Edward D. Jones & Co. by investors who claim the financial services firm breached its fiduciary duties under California and Missouri law when they moved their assets from commission-based to fee-based accounts.

SAN FRANCISCO — The Ninth Circuit revived a class action claiming that Edward D. Jones & Co. breached its fiduciary duties under California and Missouri law in moving its assets from commission-based to fee-based accounts. 

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