(Bloomberg) -- Bill Gross’s Pacific Investment Management Co. was the only provider among the top 10 U.S. mutual-fund families to suffer net withdrawals last month, according to a report from Morningstar Inc.

Pimco’s mutual funds lost $2.49 billion to client redemptions in February, bringing net withdrawals to $56.1 billion in the past year, Chicago-based Morningstar estimated today in a report. Gross’s $236 billion Total Return Fund, the Newport Beach, California-based firm’s largest fund, had the heaviest redemptions in the industry, with a net $1.6 billion pulled last month, Morningstar said.

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