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Pimco ETF Trounces Flagship Attracting Less Cash: Credit Markets

Financial Planning News

Fri, 5 Apr 2013

Pimco's 13-month-old exchange-traded fund is attracting more cash than the firm's flagship Total Return mutual fund as investors join Bill Gross in preferring ETFs for bond investing.

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