LONDON (Reuters) - Pimco's new global equity chief plans a first batch of new hires that could see her investment team grow by half as the U.S. bond powerhouse boosts its stock offering - and one of those running money will be her. That …
Bond fund manager PIMCO forecasts that the 10-year Treasury yield is unlikely ... Fortunately, consumer sentiment doesn’t seem to have been hampered by the recent stock market volatility, and showed optimism over government …
Bill Gross, manager of the world's largest bond fund at Pacific Investment Management Company (PIMCO), rattled bond investors when he announced yesterday (Wednesday) the fund has eliminated its holdings in U.S. government debt. …
David Fabian: As an investment adviser I talk with clients and investors all day long. Some know exactly where they are …
PIMCO asked if it could “get a more intuitive ticker,” the Pimco spokesman said. New York Stock Exchange officials asked the company that had BOND reserved if it would release the ticker, and it agreed, said Laura Morrison, a senior …
Pacific Investment Management Company said it would exit from two of its equity strategies and say goodbye to its chief investment officer of global equities, the latest setback for the bond behemoth’s long-running effort to expand in the …
After the first week of 2018 saw strong data and multiple stock-market records ... Meanwhile, Joachim Fels at Pimco points to signs that US jobs growth may be peaking as a “a clear sign that we are reaching the later stages of the …
An ETF is a fund that’s publicly traded, like a stock. The Journal said the investigation has been under way for a year. Whatever the troubles Gross was facing at Pimco, news of his hiring by Janus Capital sent that company’s stock
PIMCO has full discretion to use any type of derivatives, leverage and shorting.” Furthermore, “investments in common stock and equity futures are prohibited; other than this, PIMCO can invest in just about any type of security or derivative.