The Vanguard Total Stock Market Fund has overtaken the Total Return Fund of Newport, Calif.-based Pacific …
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. …
Michael Herbst, the Morningstar analyst who covers the fund, said the fund's underperformance to its benchmark and its holdings of certain PIMCO stock funds that are less than three years old were main reasons behind the rating cut. 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
Last December, Gross listed some Pimco picks and pans. Here's what he had to say about portions of the stock market. "Non-Dollar Emerging-Market Stocks" were a pick. "Financial Stocks of Banks and Insurance Companies" were a pan. …
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.
Chinese companies will be able to refinance most of their borrowings in the next 12 months as the authorities refrain from carrying out broad-based deleveraging This will contribute to debt expanding faster than nominal gross domestic …
A mere fortnight ago Bill Gross, who manages the world’s largest bond fund PIMCO, was singing the praises of the Treasury Department’s newly-unveiled Public Private Investment Program in the media, which the media in turn credited …
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Stock traders who do business with Pacific Investment Management Co., better known as PIMCO, say hundreds of people have been evacuated from one of the outfit’s New York City buildings in recent days and have been relocated to an …
Pimco, which is big on visuals — think \”man in the mirror ... Now for the \”expensive part.\” Parikh says U.S. stock and bond markets should deliver returns about 2% to 3% below their respective averages relative to inflation over the past ...