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TSP sails through May
Monday - 6/2/2014, 3:56pm EDT
The C Fund, tracked to the performance of the Standard & Poor's 500, finished May with the largest gains — up 2.35 percent. The S&P 500 finished May at an all-time high.
The I Fund, tracked to the performance of an index of international stocks, finished the month with a gain of 1.72 percent, and the small-cap S Fund inched up 1.52 percent, ending a two-month losing streak.
So far for the year, the F Fund, indexed to a mix of corporate and government bonds, as well as the C and I Funds are all up more than 4 percent. Over the past 12 months, the stock funds have experienced the largest growth. The C and the S Funds are up more than 20 percent and the I Fund gained more than 19 percent.
The TSP's gains in May are a reflection of the month on Wall Street.
"This market may have been choppy earlier in the year, but the trend is higher," Karyn Cavanaugh, a market strategist with Voya Investment Management, told the Associated Press.
Thrift Savings Plan May 2014 returns
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