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The two most widely-used investment funds in the 401(k)-style retirement savings plan for federal and postal employees posted modest gains in 2011, while the other investment options finished the year with widely varying results.
The Thrift Savings Plan reported Tuesday that its most popular investment option, a fund of special-issue government securities called the G fund, gained 2.45 percent for the just-ended calendar year, while a fund that tracks the Standard & Poor’s 500 index of large U.S. company stocks, called the C fund, rose 2.11 percent.
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