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Thrift Savings Plan Ticker
Jan 23, 2015 Close Change YTD
L Income 17.4880 -0.01 -
L 2020 22.9484 -0.04 -
L 2030 24.8588 -0.05 -
L 2040 26.4308 -0.06 -
L 2050 14.9856 -0.04 -
G Fund 14.6361 0.00 -
F Fund 17.0529 0.06 -
C Fund 27.0968 -0.15 -
S Fund 36.2170 -0.06 -
I Fund 24.4429 -0.02 -
Closing price updated at approx 6pm EST. each business day. More at

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