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The large company stock C fund again led the TSP funds in returns during August, posting a 3.03 percent gain while the small company stock S fund and the international stock I funds gained 2 and 1.76 percent, respectively.

The government securities G fund also posted a gain as always, of 0.11 percent, but the bond F fund fell 0.18 percent.


The August returns, all gains, for the lifecycle L funds were: Income, 0.63; 2025, 1.16; 2030, 1.5; 2035, 1.63; 2040, 1.77; 2045, 1.88; 2050, 1.99; 2050 and 2055, 2.24; 2065, 2.41.

For year-to-date, last-12-month returns and TSP insight, visit https://www.fedweek.com/thrift-savings-plan/

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