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Inside Pimco's power shift

Is the bond giant well-positioned in the current market cycle, and how can they stand out if fixed income doesn't?

Jan 24, 2014 @ 3:33 pm

In the wake of Mohammed El-Erian's departure from Pimco, InvestmentNews editor Fred Gabriel sat down with senior columnist Jeff Benjamin to discuss what this shift of power may mean. Is the bond giant well-positioned in the current market cycle, and how can they stand out if fixed income doesn't?

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