New Jersey regulators and the PIMCO funds have agreed to settle for $18 million stemming from the company’s improper mutual fund trades, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Sources told the Journal that Newport Beach, Calif.-based PIMCO, under civil action for fraud, also got an added break, as the regulators agreed to abandon charges against the company’s bond group.

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