As assets under management surged, BlackRock announced stronger than expected first quarter earnings.

The New York-based money manager saw profits rise 34% from a year earlier to $568 million, or $2.89 per share as assets under management increased 8.5% from a year earlier and 2.5% from the previous quarter to $3.648 trillion.

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