Dr. Dieter Wemmer, CFO of Allianz, played down the continued impact of Bill Gross's departure from investment firm Pimco.
The notice, which is not a formal allegation of wrongdoing, is related to a bond exchange-traded fund once managed by Bill Gross.
Active fund managers may be having their best year since the financial crisis, but investors don't seem to care.
Bill Gross believes the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates once this year—but only because it needs to prove that it can.
Janus portfolio manager Bill Gross discusses when the Fed may raise interest rates and the impact it will have on the market.
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Bill Gross thinks conditions are ripe for a liquidity crisis, and he points a finger at his old firm for its potential to be at the center of the storm.
Bill Gross tells CNBC that Mexico is a great bet and that the peso is 15 to 20 percent undervalued.
Janus Capital's Bill Gross talks bonds, markets, and one of his best investment ideas with CNBC's Brian Sullivan.
This is where Janus Capital's Bill Gross is investing now, and what he's warning about when global quantitative easing ends.
"We continue to have a cautiously optimistic outlook for Pimco's future," Morningstar said in a white paper.
Charles Blankley, CIO of Gemmer Asset Management, explains why he does not agree with Janus Capital bond guru Bill Gross who believes that the next opportunity is to wager against Chinese stocks.
Janus' Bill Gross says a Greek exit from the euro zone could "discombobulate" currencies and open the door for contagion in Europe.
Gross' bet against the German Bunds isn't going as planned, but the investor said there are still opportunities to make money.
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Despite numerous Wall Street proclamations that its demise is near, investors refuse to buy into the notion that the bond bull market is dead.
The Pimco Total Return Fund, launched by Bill Gross, has lost its title as the world's biggest bond mutual fund, following two years of withdrawals.
A glum Bill Gross sees both himself and the bull market facing the same long road to oblivion.
Dollar bulls are not ready to throw in the towel and are betting diverging central bank policy will send the greenback higher.
The U.S. economy will have "problems" reaching goals outlined by the Fed's policy committee, bond guru Bill Gross said.