(Bloomberg) -- Redemptions at Pimco’s biggest mutual fund slowed to the lowest since Bill Gross left the firm, as performance rebounded.

Clients pulled $8.6 billion in February, down from $11.6 billion in the prior month, bringing assets in the Pimco Total Return Fund to $124.7 billion, according to data from the Newport Beach, Calif.-based firm. Since Gross left in September, a combined $100 billion was pulled from the fund.

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