(Bloomberg) -- Janus Global Unconstrained Bond Fund attracted an estimated $85.6 million in net new money in January, the lowest amount since Pacific Investment Management’s former investment chief Bill Gross took over as manager in October.

The deposits brought assets in the fund to about $1.5 billion at the end of January, according to Morningstar Inc. in Chicago. The fund attracted about $175 million in December, according to the research firm’s estimates.

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