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Pimco reduced the size of its foreign exchange forwards positions by nearly half during the fourth quarter of 2022 – from $177.1 billion in Q3 to $97 billion in Q4. Of the amount cut by the California-based asset manager, nearly $64.7 billion and $12.2 billion were in G10 and Americas non-G10 pairs, respectively. As a result, Pimco's overall market share among US mutual funds fell from 20% to 12%.Access the data
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Growth and stability
After enduring a turbulent period in 2018 and 2019, when Invesco suffered damaging fund outflows and its share price underperformed rivals, the outlook for the asset manager has stabilised. Assets under management at Invesco have returned to growth and stood at $1.4 trillion in March, a 20% increase in the last 12 months.Explore interactive charts
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