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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of open-end in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of open-end in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

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  1. Tom Roseen:

    Interestingly, though, both investors types were net purchasers of municipal bond funds, injecting $877 million into conventional open-end funds and $314 million for ETFs, respectively.

  2. Anne Walsh:

    That is a more significant allocation limit than we would have in the open-end mutual fund, i see that tradeoff for investors who want the ETF structure as reasonable.

  3. Andrew Bailey:

    It does point to issues that we need to look at in the design of these things, because it comes back to my fundamental point about holding illiquid assets in open end funds that revalue and are required to be revalued, my own feeling is... that we will need to come back and look at those.

  4. Loren Fleckenstein:

    Our net inflow in February 2015 across all DoubleLine open-end funds was more than three times the average monthly net inflow in 2014 through August - the last full month before Bill Gross left Pimco, our two largest intermediate-term bond funds, DoubleLine Total Return Bond and DoubleLine Core Fixed Income, continue to see a large volume of subscriptions from investors moving out of Pimco Total Return Bond Fund as well as other investors.

  5. Tom Roseen:

    While investors were keeping a keen eye on the FOMC (Federal Open Market Committee) meeting, which concluded on Wednesday on a more hawkish note than some anticipated, taxable-fixed income mutual funds took in small amounts of net new money - $348 million-plus, with ETF investors ... withdrawing $700 million, interestingly, though, both investors types were net purchasers of municipal bond funds, injecting $877 million into conventional open-end funds and $314 million for ETFs, respectively.

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