(Bloomberg) -- Investors resumed redemptions from Bill Gross's Janus Global Unconstrained Bond Fund in November, taking out about $74 million, the largest monthly outflow since the erstwhile bond king took over the fund last year.

Total assets under management fell to $1.32 billion as of Nov. 30 from $1.39 billion a month earlier, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The fund, which Gross began managing after he left Pacific Management Investment Co. in September 2014, has lost 1.8% so far this year, beating 56% of peers.

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