Alliance Capital Management, long known for its bond portfolios, has been racking up first-class performance over the last two years in its lesser-known stock funds.

Now the New York-based fund company, which has $52.9 billion of assets under management, is out touting the high returns, trying to win back the credibility it lost when the bond market crashed in 1994.

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