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Thornburg Developing World A (THDAX)


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18.07-0.01 (-0.06%)
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Previous Close18.08
YTD Return11.96%
Expense Ratio (net)1.52%
CategoryN/A
Morningstar Rating★★★
Morningstar Risk Rating★★
Last Cap Gain0.00
Net Assets1.04B
Beta (3y)0.90
Yield0.20%
Holdings Turnover94.68%
Last Dividend0.04
Inception DateDec 16, 2009
Average for CategoryN/A
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  • Reuters2 years ago

    US funds not bailing on China yet amid free-fall in stocks

    As the Chinese stock market free-fall shows no signs of stopping, some U.S.-based fund managers said the government's effort to prop up stock values is having the opposite effect, even as some buy at what they consider panic-driven prices. In response, Beijing has cut interest rates and stopped the trading of thousands of stocks, preventing some shareholders from selling their positions in hopes of ending the downturn. The measures have instead helped spread the rout to the Hong Kong-based Hang Seng index, whose listings of so-called H share companies are largely owned by foreign investors and trade at lower valuations, fund managers said.

  • Reuters2 years ago

    US funds not bailing on China yet amid free-fall in stocks

    As the Chinese stock market free-fall shows no signs of stopping, some U.S.-based fund managers said the government's effort to prop up stock values is having the opposite effect, even as some buy at what they consider panic-driven prices. In response, Beijing has cut interest rates and stopped the trading of thousands of stocks, preventing some shareholders from selling their positions in hopes of ending the downturn. The measures have instead helped spread the rout to the Hong Kong-based Hang Seng index, whose listings of so-called H share companies are largely owned by foreign investors and trade at lower valuations, fund managers said.