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TSP numbers bounce back in June
Tuesday - 7/3/2012, 9:38am EDT
In May, only the G Fund and the F Fund ended the month on the positive side of the ledger. A month later, though, all 10 funds were posting positive returns.
The I Fund made the biggest leap, going from -11.40 percent at the end of May to 7.08 percent on June 30. While that fund's year-to-date number is a positive 3.25 percent, its 12-month performance remains in the red at -13.51 percent.
The positive growth in June shown by the L 2050 and S Fund failed to bring their 12-month performances into the black. Over the last year, their numbers were -0.76 percent and -1.54 percent, respectively.
Thrift Savings Plan June 2012 returns
|Fund||June||Year-to-Date||Last 12 Months|
Percentages in ( ) are negative.