The economy is slowing and is heading toward a recession, says PIMCO co-founder Bill Gross

The economy is slowing and is heading toward a recession, says pimco co-founder bill gross

CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “The economy is slowing and is heading toward a recession, says PIMCO co-founder Bill Gross” – below is their description.

Bill Gross, PIMCO co-founder, joins the ‘Halftime Report’ to offer his outlook on the markets going into next year in the face of more Fed rate hikes.

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William Hunt Gross is an American investor and fund manager, best known for co-founding Pacific Investment Management Co. PIMCO is a global fixed income investment company. Gross ran their $270 billion Total Return Fund, before leaving to join Janus Capital Group in September 2014.

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