PIMCO cuts mortgage-backed securities holdings
The $74.6 billion fund reduced its stake in government securities to 46.1 percent in January from 49.6 percent in December, based on a report on its website. pimco cut mortgage. corporate bond.
The Pimco Total Return Fund, the world’s largest bond fund, cut its holdings of U.S. government-related securities and mortgages for the second straight month in March on continued bets that the Federal Reserve will conclude bond purchases this year, data from the firm’s website showed on Wednesday.
The Pimco Total Return Fund trimmed holdings of U.S. government and related debt to the lowest level since September as the bond giant warned inflation is picking up. The $74.6 billion fund reduced its stake in government securities to 46.1 percent in January from 49.6 percent in December, based on a report on its website.
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T he Federal Reserve is widely expected to complete its bond purchase program – the third round of quantitative easing, known as QE3 – at the end of October. Once completed, the Fed will have purchased a cumulative $2.925 trillion in bonds since the first round of QE began in 2008 and expanded its balance sheet holdings of mortgage-backed securities (MBS) to $1.725 trillion.
but holdings now stand just under $4 trillion because the central bank stopped reinvesting some proceeds. Pimco suspects Fed officials will announce that they are beginning to reinvest all the.