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Funds & Fund Managers

All calculations in USD, unless stated
over :
 Average Manager Total Return : 2.3% (31 May 2016 - 31 May 2017)
Total Return
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6.8%

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6.8%

1 of 23

6.8%

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4.0%

4 of 23

4.0%

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3.1%

6 of 23

3.1%

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3.0%

8 of 23

3.0%

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2.1%

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1.7%

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1.5%

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1.2%

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0.9%

14 of 23

0.9%

16 of 23

0.9%

16 of 23

0.9%

16 of 23

0.9%

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0.7%

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0.5%

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0.3%

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-0.4%

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-0.4%

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Bill Gross: Fed has 'mastered art of market manipulation’

Bond veteran slams Yellen and ramps up criticism of Fed as he warns it will only be a matter of time until he is proven right.

Pimco ramps up treasuries in $86bn Total Return fund

US asset manager increases exposure to highest level for over two years in blockbuster bond strategy.

AA-rated Smouha shines in multi-managers’ post-Brexit bets

Fund distribution firm report highlights how UK-based investors have changed key allocation calls since the market-moving event.

Gross’s co-manager switched to Janus ETF project

Denver-based group outlines plans for first actively-managed bond ETF with veteran investor Gross to fly solo.

Revealed: the 10 most watched videos of the year so far

Citywire Selector uncovers which interviews and insights got readers clicking over the first six months of 2016.

Pimco makes double hire for EM unit

US asset management firm announces two new recruits to strengthen developing world coverage.

Bill Gross: credit creation is dead on its feet

The bond market veteran believes fiscal action is now non-existent and shrinking credit growth is choking global economies.