Pimco will close its broad U.S. Treasury fund on March 14

The Pimco Broad U.S. Treasury Index ETF (TRSY) will be shut down on March 14th after failing to accumulate sufficient funds; this was the reason given in the filing.

Since its launch in October 2010, the fund has gathered just $8 million in assets, while the iShares U.S. Treasury Bond ETF (GOVT) and Invesco's 1-30 Year Ladder Portfolio (PLW) have $120 and $144 million in assets respectively.

Other Pimco Treasury Funds: TUZ, TENZ, ZROZ, FIVZ

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