Growth depends on the productive use of investment and "capitalistic animal spirits," but that is not taking place now, Pimco's Bill Gross said.» Read More
Investors looking to preserve their purchasing power should avoid Treasurys and put their money in “real assets" such as stocks and real estate, Bill Gross, Pimco co-founder, told CNBC’s “Closing Bell” on Monday.
By this time next year we’ll see unemployment higher than today's 8.2 percent and Federal Reserve policies are progressively having less impact, Pimco co-founder Bill Gross told CNBC’s “Street Signs” on Wednesday.
Breaking down the details of the Fed's FOMC minutes, with CNBC's Brian Sullivan, Brian Shactman, Rick Santelli, and PIMCO's Bill Gross.
Bill Gross, the world's biggest bond fund manager at PIMCO, said the U.S. is the least bad choice in a poor global investment environment, but this could change if Washington doesn't get control of the nation's fiscal situation.
Bond King Bill Gross is betting big on the U.S., saying that it's still the "cleanest dirty shirt."
Investors have little choice now but to cling to low-yielding U.S. government debt as European leaders ponder a messy Greek exit from the euro zone, Pimco's Bill Gross told CNBC.
Bill Gross, Pimco managing director and co-CIO, is calling for a third round of quantitative easing from the Fed.
The stock market is overreacting to what the Fed didn't say about quantitative easing, bond king Bill Gross told CNBC.
Investors have to be careful "because they’re being offered little in terms of interest rates. The danger now is of prices moving down, which would leave an investor with nothing," Pimco founder Bill Gross told CNBC Tuesday.
Bill Gross, PIMCO founder & co-CIO, discusses the types of high-quality bonds he finds attractive now.
Pimco's Neel Kashkari thinks the problems that scared investors last year have only been delayed. So how to invest? He says to look for strong, dividend-paying stocks at attractive prices.
The Federal Reserve "is playing a game with us to some extent" by maintaining low interest rates, Pimco founder Bill Gross told CNBC, who also expects another round of quantitative easing.
PIMCO's Bill Gross comments on this morning's ruling by the International Swaps and Derivatives Association that Greece has not triggered a payout on credit default swaps by some of its recent moves preparing for a debt restructuring. "It's not over until it's over, there."
It's not often you hear the head of the world's largest bond fund compliment the Fed for doing a good job — particularly when interest rates are near zero. But Pimco's Bill Gross had high marks for Fed Chief Ben Bernanke.
Bond prices can't go much higher in the current scenario, says Bill Gross, PIMCO co-CIO & founder. "I'd give Bernanke a 9 out of 10 for the job he's done," he adds. Andrew Julian, OpVest Wealth Management CFO, and CNBC's Rick Santelli provide instant reaction.
The Federal Reserve's zero-interest-rate policy is hampering economic recovery by discouraging bank lending, Pimco bond titan Bill Gross said in an analysis.
The European Central Bank won't solve the euro zone's debt crisis as long as the European Union behaves like a "dysfunctional" family, Bill Gross, Pimco founder and co-chief investment officer, told CNBC on Tuesday.
By putting "hundreds of billions" in currency in circulation, the central banks "can produce reflation—that's why we’re seeing the pop in oil, gold" and other commodities, Pimco's founder told CNBC.
Bill Gross, PIMCO founder & co-CIO, discusses PIMCO's new ETF, which is set for a March 1 launch. "Don't expect transparency of the new ETF to hurt performance," he says.
The new "new normal" is a "paranormal" market — and this paranormal market could wind up haunting pension funds.