' flagship fund's exposure to U.S. Treasurys (and related securities) climbed 60 percent last month. Reuters reports
that Pimco Total Return [see profile]
held eight percent of its $243 billion in assets in such investments on June 30, up from five percent on May 31.
Yet, according to Dow Jones
' Min Zeng, that eight percent is still significantly underweight when compared to the 32.56 percent Treasurys portion of the Barclays Capital Aggregate Bond Index
And Gross maintained Total Return's negative nine percent short position in swaps and its 21 percent position in mortgages.
According to Reuters, Gross also increased the fund's exposure to non-U.S. debt again, from 10 percent to 13 percent. And Bloomberg
's Wes Goodman and Susanne Walker report
that the fund's cash holdings dipped from 35 percent to 29 percent.
Neil Anderson, Managing Editor
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