Pimco sticks to Danish mortgage-backed covered bonds as returns plunge: Bloomberg

Pacific Investment Management Co is one of the investors embracing Danish mortgage-backed covered bonds, even as negative interest rates mean investors face built-in losses on some bonds, Bloomberg reported on Sunday.
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