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Most TSP funds see slight gains in April
Friday - 5/2/2014, 8:27am EDT
All other TSP funds yielded gains in April, albeit small ones.
According to statistics from the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board, the S Fund dipped 2.47 percent in April. It fell 0.69 percent in March.
The S Fund's numbers are based on stocks of small companies not included in the S&P 500.
Despite the two-month decline, the S Fund's year-to-date returns are still positive, in part because of a strong stock market in February. That month, the S Fund rose 5.43 percent.
The S Fund has shown the strongest gains among the TSP funds over the last 12 months — 21.75 percent.
April's strongest performer was the I Fund, which tracks the performance of international companies. It came out on top with a 1.51 percent gain last month.
The F Fund, tied to the bond market, performed second best, increasing by 0.9 percent in April.
Thrift Savings Plan April 2014 returns
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