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Bonds are Back: The 3 Fs (Pressure Points) and Moderating Inflation

Bonds are Back: The 3 Fs (Pressure Points) and Moderating Inflation(video)

Bonds are Back: The 3 Fs (Pressure Points) and Moderating Inflation

Tony Crescenzi and host John Nersesian discuss the 3 F’s (The Fed, Fiscal Policy, and Financial Conditions) that may reduce inflation rate. Learn why today’s higher starting yields across fixed income sectors – combined with potentially lower volatility – help set the stage for bond investors to pursue alpha in 2023. Visit to explore solutions in every market environment.

Myths of Alternative Investments

Myths of Alternative Investments(video)

Myths of Alternative Investments

Explore how investing in alternatives enables investors to access appealing opportunities in private equity, private credit, and real assets – and how active managers pursue alpha amid rising correlations among traditional investments. Looking for additional information about Alternative Investments?  Visit or

PIMCO’s Best Practice Guidance for Corporate Sustainable Bond Issuance
PIMCO’s Best Practice Guidance for Sovereign Sustainable Bond Issuance
Portfolio Management Analytics: Why Harnessing Data is Key for our Clients
Recessions: What Investors Need to Know

Recessions: What Investors Need to Know

Recessions: What Investors Need to Know

The old adage “what goes up, must come down” aptly describes a dynamic economy that has historically followed a cycle of growth and decline. The down period in that cycle constitutes a recession, which affects investment returns across various asset classes. For this reason, investors may benefit from understanding what a recession is, what causes it, and the steps to take as economic conditions change.

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PIMCO Highlights*

PIMCO is one of the world’s premier fixed income investment managers.


Employees around the world


Global offices throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia


Countries in which clients are based


Global investment professionals


Portfolio Managers with an average of 17 years of experience


Investment professionals who have been at PIMCO for 10 years or more


Global Credit Analysts


Sector Specialty Desks


Analytics/Asset Experts


Investors worldwide

$1.74 trillion

Assets under management

As of 31 December 2022

* PIMCO manages $1.74 trillion in assets, including $1.38 trillion in third-party client assets as of 31 December 2022. Assets include $81.8 billion (as of 30 September 2022) in assets of clients contracted with Allianz Real Estate, an affiliate and wholly-owned subsidiary of PIMCO and PIMCO Europe GmbH. Employee data excludes Allianz Real Estate employees.