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Pimco: Housing bull
What's all the Yellen about?
Scott Mather, Pimco CIO, explains why the world's largest actively managed bond fund is cutting its bond holdings, and why he's "confident" the Fed will likely raise rates by September.
Andrew Balls, CIO of global fixed income for PIMCO, discusses the spikes in the European bond markets.
Seven years removed from a near-death experience during the financial crisis, Ken Griffin's Citadel is more powerful than ever.
Pimco's global equities CIO Virginie Maisonneuve is leaving after less than a year and a half as the company narrows its stock-investing focus.
China's economic growth looks set to miss the government's targets, but the mainland's markets still offer good value, Pimco said in a note.
In a battle of the bond funds, CNBC's Dominic Chu compares the performance of Vanguard Total Bond Market Index Fund versus PIMCO Total Return Fund.
The torch has been passed in the race for which bond fund is the biggest.
Pimco announced it has hired former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke as a senior advisor, reports CNBC's Steve Liesman.
Five years after launching, Jeff Gundlach and DoubleLine Capital are on top of the bond investing world.
Greece failed to reach a deal with the EU and IMF to unlock aid after the creditors dismissed reforms from Athens as ideas rather than concrete plans.
Former Pimco Chief Economist Paul McCulley, discusses the future of the U.S. dollar, Fed policy, Europe's long-term liquidity problem.
Former Pimco Chief Economist Paul McCulley discusses the end of the Bill Gross era at Pimco and why he is bullish on the company's future.
Scott Maher, US CIO and manager of PIMCO's Total Return Fund, explains why he's looking for opportunities in Europe.
Reuters is reporting Pimco's Paul McCulley will step down as chief economist and managing director.
Scott Mather has turned PIMCO into the top 1 percent of all bond funds after taking over the role of CIO. Mather shares his strategies for success and expectations from the Fed.
Australia took a double-whammy from record-low interest rates and commodity-price drops, but the selloff has left its market attractive to yield chasers.
Government bond yields in the U.S., Europe and Japan are plumbing lows, suggesting a flight to safety, but analysts aren't ready to hit the panic button.
Scott Mather, PIMCO CIO, says his firm will move very slow on interest rates.