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Following an across-the-board positive surge at the end of October, most Thrift Savings Plan funds posted lower numbers at the end of November, according to the latest data from the TSP.
Only two funds — the F Fund (-0.24 percent), and the I Fund (-0.86. percent) — posted negative numbers for the month.
In spite of this dip, the F Fund, which is a fixed income index investment fund, remained positive for year-to-date (1.21 percent)...
In spite of this dip, the F Fund, which is a fixed income index investment fund, remained positive for year-to-date (1.21 percent) and for the last 12 months (1.42 percent).
The I Fund, however, which invests in international stocks, posted a negative return (-2.64 percent) over the last 12 months, while showing a positive 1.55 percent return for the year-to-date.
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The S Fund, which invests in U.S. small cap stocks, posted the highest return for November at 1.75 percent, remaining positive in year-to-date (1.03 percent) and last 12 months (2.03 percent) returns.
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