In the Margins

DoubleLine Capital sees 23 months of inflows

January 5, 2016

By Reuters

DoubleLine Capital posted a net inflow of $1.03 billion into its open-end mutual funds in December, marking the 23rd straight month of inflows. Jeffrey Gundlach's Los Angeles-based firm said those funds attracted $14.31 billion overall in 2015, the second-biggest annual net inflow into the funds since the firm was founded in late 2009. Read the original story from Reuters.

 

 

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