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Government & High Quality Bond Fund (J) (PMRJX)






Class A | Class C | Class J | Class I

Portfolio Composition

  as of 10/31/2021
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Asset Distribution
Asset TypeNetShortLong
U.S. Bonds 108.61% 0.11%   108.72%  
Cash -8.61% 29.27%   20.66%  
Total100%


Top 10 Holdings

  as of 10/31/2021
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% of Net Assets
Federal National Mortgage Association 11.23
Principal Government Money Market Instl 10.53
Government National Mortgage Association 7.25
United States Treasury Bills 6.11
Federal National Mortgage Association 4.30
United States Treasury Bills 4.02
United States Treasury Bills 3.06
Government National Mortgage Association 2.85
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation 1.92
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation 1.72
Total*: 52.98
*Values may exceed 100% if both long and short positions are included in the portfolio

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Morningstar Style Box™

  as of 10/31/2021
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Investment Style
Stylebox Market Capitalization

Credit Analysis

  as of 10/31/2021
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% Bonds
AAA 93.81
AA 4.84
A 0.72
Not Rated 0.64

Statistics

 
as of 10/31/2021
Average Eff Duration (yrs): 4.01
Average Eff Maturity (yrs): 5.24
Avg Weighted Coupon:
Avg Weighted Price: $105.21
30-Day SEC Yield - Subsidized (Net)
as of 10/31/2021:
0.31%
30-Day SEC Yield - Non-Subsidized (Gross)
as of 10/31/2021:
0.29%

Analysis

  as of 10/31/2021
Turnover Ratio: 84.30%
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The full name of this investment option is Principal Government & High Quality Bond Fund (J).

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Not Insured by any Federal Government Agency

Bloomberg US Agency Fixed Rate MBS Index covers the fixed-rate mortgage-backed pass-through securities issued by GinnieMae (GNMA), Fannie Mae (FNMA), and Freddie Mae (FHLMC).

These calculated returns reflect the historical performance of the oldest share class of the fund, adjusted to reflect a portion of the fees and expenses of this share class. For time periods prior to inception date of the fund, predecessor performance is reflected. Please see the fund's prospectus for more information on specific expenses, and the fund's most recent shareholder report for actual date of first sale. Expenses are deducted from income earned by the fund. As a result, dividends and investment results will differ for each share class.

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