The company that runs the world's biggest fixed-income fund worries about a performance disconnect between financial markets and the global economy.
By Rich Miller and Simon Kennedy, Bloomberg|May 15, 2013 at 08:32 AM
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Pacific Investment Management Co., home to the world’s biggest fixed-income fund, is shying away from risky assets as it sees a growing disconnect between the performances of financial markets and the global economy.
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