Scott Mather, PIMCO CIO, says his firm will move very slow on interest rates.» Read More
The Fed has been successful against great odds and a great deal of criticism from Wall Street, says Paul McCulley, Pimco chief economist, sharing his thoughts on Fed policy, Janet Yellen and the economic recovery.
So far this year, bond yields have thwarted forecasts they would rise, but many analysts are sticking with their calls for a march higher.
Pimco is advising clients to put money into Treasury inflation protected securities. CNBC.com's Jeff Cox provides perspective.
Emerging market bonds have been hot this year, erasing price falls following last year's "taper tantrum," but some say the rally may be getting old.
U.S. stocks are pushing through fresh records and valuations have passed pre-financial crisis levels, but some believe markets aren't overvalued yet.
During an interview with CNBC on Wednesday, Pimco founder and CIO Bill Gross warned that bank loans are starting to look "bubbly." The closely watched money manager was not concerned about other asset classes, however.
Interest rates and whether bonds are expensive may be up for debate, but some are tipping bond picks, with emerging Europe among the favorites.
Discussing if the stock and bond markets can move higher in tandem, with Paul McCulley, Pimco chief economist.
Paul McCulley, Pimco chief economist, discusses his latest report where he addressed the "war on inflation." McCulley says there is no reason for the Fed to be engaged in preemptive tightening of interest rates.
Pimco is still hawking its "new neutral" expectations for interest rates to stay lower for longer, but some analysts are starting to express doubt.
Tony Crescenzi, Executive Vice President & Market Strategist at PIMCO, says the Fed is likely to hike rates to around 2 percent amid lesser credit growth.
Pimco's deputy CIO Mark Kiesel, shares some of his firm's top stock picks, including Targa Resources and USG Corp.
Pimco's deputy CIO Mark Kiesel, discusses his firm's outlook for stocks and bonds right now.
With traditional risk measures signaling complacency, some analysts are wondering if investors should worry about not being worried.
Pimco's Bill Gross addresses the real rate right now, and how his company is working to reverse outflows. He says Pimco will be "close to the top of the pack in terms of the bond market by the end of this year."
Central banks' path to normal interest rates will be slower and lower than in the past, Scott Mather, deputy chief investment officer at Pimco, said.
Bill Gross' Pimco Total Return Fund, posted $4.3 billion in net outflows in May, marking its 13th straight month of investor withdrawals.
A new study ranks the schools with the most alumni working at hedge, mutual and private equity funds.
Discussing exuberance in the market, and how investors should interpret the Fed's monetary policy, with Pimco's Bill Gross and Paul McCulley.
Pimco's Bill Gross and Paul McCulley, discuss whether investors have gone credit crazy.