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TSP funds continue downward trend in May
Monday - 6/4/2012, 5:37am EDT
In May, L Income joined L 2020, L 2030, L 2040, L2050, C Fund, S Fund and I Fund in the red, with only the G Fund and the F Fund staying in the black.
Although those two funds did not fall into the red, they were down from the previous month, with the G Fund dropping from 0.15 percent in April to 0.14 percent in May and the F Fund going from 1.12 percent to 0.91 percent.
The I Fund fell the furthest, finishing April in the red at -1.87 percent and dropping to -11.40 percent by the end of May. This brought its year-to-date figure to -3.57 percent and its 12-month performance at -20.16 percent.
Despite the downward trend, all of the funds, except for the I Fund, have posted positive numbers in the year-to-date category, with the S Fund and the C Fund leading the pack with 5.78 percent and 5.23 percent, respectively.
Thrift Savings Plan May 2012 returns
|Fund||May||Year-to-Date||Last 12 Months|
Percentages in ( ) are negative.