Pimco launching 2 new ETFs based on mutual funds

The Pimco Diversified Income Exchange Traded Fund (DI) will replicate a portfolio of global bonds with maturities between 3 to 8 years.

The Pimco Low-Duration Exchange Traded Fund (LDUR) will feature a portfolio of investment-grade debt with duration of 1 to 3 years.

Both funds will launch on January 23rd, almost 2 years after Pimco's first successful mutual fund replication, the Pimco Total Return ETF (BOND).

Other intermediate term, total market ETFs: VCIT, CIU, ITR, PFIG, GVI

Other short duration, total market ETFs: VCSH, CSJ, SCPB, BSV, BIV, HOLD, MINC, ISTB

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