PTTRX - PIMCO Total Return Fund Institutional Class

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Previous Close10.39
YTD Return8.26%
Expense Ratio (net)0.71%
CategoryIntermediate Core-Plus Bond
Last Cap Gain0.00
Morningstar Rating★★★★★
Morningstar Risk RatingAbove Average
Sustainability RatingN/A
Net Assets67.1B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.90
Yield3.80%
5y Average ReturnN/A
Holdings Turnover723.00%
Last Dividend0.00
Average for CategoryN/A
Inception DateMay 10, 1987
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    MF Bond Report for PTTRX

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    Understanding Mutual Fund Competitive Advantages

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