March 31, 2017The characteristics that differentiate Thornburg International Growth Fund have also enabled it to outperform both its benchmark and its peer group over its first decade, and with less volatility. How?
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First Quarter 2017Portfolio manager commentary on various asset classes, including global fixed income, U.S. equities, emerging markets equities, government and investment-grade fixed income, international equities, and U.S. municipal bonds.
March 31, 2017The bond market is vast, complex, and always in flux, so it’s prudent to consider an active investment approach with the flexibility and focus to go anywhere to find income.
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