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All three stock-based TSP funds posted exceptionally strong gains in November, led by the small company stock S fund, up 18.26 percent, with the international stock I fund up 15.54 percent and the large company stock C fund up 10.95 percent. The bond F fund meanwhile rose 0.99 percent and the government securities G fund 0.07 percent.

Boosted by the stock fund gains, the lifecycle L funds also posted strong returns: Income, 3; 2025, 6.56; 2030, 8.1; 2035, 8.92; 2040, 9.74; 2045, 10.47; 2050, 11.19; 2055, 2060, 2065; 13.55.

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Very Strong November for TSP; C Fund Concentration
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