AGTHX - American Funds Growth Fund of Amer A

Nasdaq - Nasdaq Delayed Price. Currency in USD
52.44
+0.17 (+0.33%)
At close: 8:00PM EST
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Previous Close52.27
YTD Return24.67%
Expense Ratio (net)0.64%
CategoryLarge Growth
Morningstar Rating★★★
Morningstar Risk Rating★★
Last Cap Gain0.00
Net Assets176.87B
Beta (3y)0.99
Yield0.46%
Holdings Turnover25.00%
Last Dividend0.00
Inception DateNov 30, 1973
Average for CategoryN/A
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  • Reuters11 months ago

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