What Is PIMCO’s Euro Short Term Strategy?
PIMCO’s Euro Short Term strategy is designed to improve on the returns provided by a typical money market vehicle. The Euro Short Term strategy seeks to maximize current income while preserving capital and providing daily liquidity. The Euro Short Term strategy, which is based on PIMCO’s short-term process, invests in a broad range of money market and short maturity fixed income securities as well as in longer maturities and lower rated credits to attempt to generate excess relative returns. While the majority of portfolio assets will normally be invested in euro-denominated securities, there will also be allocations to global securities, which are normally currency hedged back to euros. We utilize all major sectors of the bond markets to implement a diversified set of strategies including country, currency and sector rotation, yield curve positioning and duration management.
By combining a longer-term investment horizon with our expertise in managing fixed income portfolios, we are not limited to holding only very short-term, risk-free assets such as government bills or other money market instruments. As a result, we are able to expand our opportunity set to include a variety of high-quality securities that can provide attractive yields and the benefit of diversification.
The information on this web site is for residents of Europe only.
All material contained on the Exchange-Traded Funds section of this website is purely for informational purposes only and is not intended as investment advice. Investors should seek financial advice before making any investment decisions.
The products and services are available only to residents of those jurisdictions. The information on this web site does not constitute an offer for products or services, or a solicitation of an offer to any persons outside of Europe who are prohibited from receiving such information under the laws applicable to their place of citizenship, domicile or residence. Copyright ©2017 PIMCO Europe Limited. All rights reserved.
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