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  • Bill Gross

    Investors' expectations for three or four rate hikes by the Fed in 2018 are likely overblown, influential bond investor Bill Gross said.

  • Bill Gross, Portfolio Manager, Janus Capital Group

    Bill Gross says he is amazed bonds didn't react more significantly to the latest Fed rate hike path.

  • Alan Greenspan, former Federal Reserve chairman.

    "As real long-term interest rates rise, stock prices fall," but that's probably not the cause of the wild market swings, Greenspan says.

  • The largest known multiple of any inverted center postage stamp error expected to fetch between $300,000-$400,000 at auction.

    "It's better to give other collectors a chance to own some of these stamps and to use the proceeds for philanthropy," Bill Gross says.

  • Bill Gross auctioning rare U.S. stamp collection

    Bill Gross, Janus portfolio manager, discusses selling his rare collection of U.S. stamps with his stamp advisor Charles Shreve, Robert A. Siegel Auctions director.

  • NEW YORK, Feb 27- Dan Ivascyn, the group chief investment officer at Pacific Investment Management Co, eschews making big, splashy investment or market calls, unlike his legendary predecessor, Bill Gross. Pimco's emphasis on generating strong long-term risk-adjusted returns has been the key factor behind the success of the Pimco Income Fund, which on Tuesday...

  • While Bill Gross still primarily is allocated to the U.S. bond market, he warned investors at year-end that he views "the current environment with caution."

    Investing guru Bill Gross thinks bonds have entered a bear market and is favoring corporate bonds of short duration across the globe.

  • *Kerr Neilson to step down as Platinum CEO on July 1. SYDNEY, Feb 23- Global stock picker Kerr Neilson, dubbed " Australia's Warren Buffett," said he will step down as chief executive officer of listed fund manager Platinum Investment Management, sending its shares almost 12 percent lower. Bill Gross's abrupt departure from United States asset manager PIMCO in 2014...

  • Bill Gross

    PIMCO co-founder Bill Gross is parting ways with rare stamp collection come September.

  • NEW YORK, Feb 6- Some of the biggest U.S. investors believe the bond market has slipped into a bear phase. Other players, such as Wall Street bond king Jeffrey Gundlach, see a lot more selling pressure to come. "Valuations are beginning to look more interesting," said Dan Ivascyn, group chief investment officer at Newport Beach, California- based Pacific Investment...

  • NEW YORK, Feb 6- Some of the biggest U.S. investors believe the bond market has slipped into a bear phase. Other players, such as Wall Street bond king Jeffrey Gundlach, see a lot more selling pressure to come. "Valuations are beginning to look more interesting," said Dan Ivascyn, group chief investment officer at Newport Beach, California- based Pacific Investment...

  • Bill Gross

    Bill Gross predicts the 10-year Treasury will go "very gradually but not significantly higher," in the next 12 months.

  • LONDON, Jan 31- Global investors trimmed equity holdings by 1.2 percentage points in January, concerned that markets have grown complacent after a thundering bull run and seeing risks of an inflation wake-up call. Reuters' monthly asset allocation poll of 50 wealth managers and chief investment officers in Europe, the United States, Britain and Japan showed...

  • LONDON, Jan 24- The death of the bond market bull run has been greatly exaggerated. According to the Global Market Strategy team at JP Morgan, pension funds and insurance companies in the G4- United States, euro zone, Japan and Britain- will buy at least $640 billion of bonds this year. That's $200 billion more than last year and would match 2016' s total, one of the highest...

  • NEW YORK, Jan 18- U.S. fund investors pulled $3.1 billion from high-yield "junk" bonds during the latest week, Lipper data showed on Thursday, offering new warning signs about risk appetite despite global markets' continuing triumph. "Most of the time we see equity markets rising and also high yield rising," said Tom Roseen, head of research services for Thomson...

  • NEW YORK, Jan 17- U.S. fund investors stampeded into bonds and world stocks during the latest week, ignoring warning signs about stretched prices, according to the Investment Company Institute. During the week, nearly $17 billion poured into equities, the most in any week since June. While they won much of that back during the most recent week, 80 percent of that money...

  • LONDON, Jan 11- Fears that China may slow or even halt purchases of U.S. But while America's largest lender refusing to extend credit would be a major development, it's worth remembering we've been here before, with China and the oft-predicted end of the 35- year bond bull market. There's little to suggest the equity juggernaut is about to reverse either, at least...

  • LONDON, Jan 11- Fears that China may slow or even halt purchases of U.S. But while America's largest lender refusing to extend credit would be a major development, it's worth remembering we've been here before, with China and the oft-predicted end of the 35- year bond bull market. There's little to suggest the equity juggernaut is about to reverse either, at least...

  • Bill Gross

    The great bond bull market that began nearly four decades ago is ending with a whimper, fixed income guru Bill Gross said Wednesday.

  • Bill Gross

    Janus Henderson's Bill Gross gives his views on the bond market with a bold call that the bull market is over.