HDFC Medium Term Debt Plan Growth - Latest NAV, Returns, Performance & Portfolio

HDFC Medium Term Debt Fund

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  • highlight0.01(0.02%)

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Min amount: 500

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Rs. 500 invested monthly becomes Rs. 3.11 Lakhs in a period of 25 years

Fund Summarystar

PeriodReturns(per year)
10 Years7.88%
5 Years8.15%
3 Years7.24%
1 Year6.41%
6 Months4.61%
Fund Details
ISININF179K01913
RiskModerate Risk
Fund TypeMedium Duration
NAV36.8788
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Top HoldingsWeightage
HPCL-Mittal Energy Limited7.85%
Reliance Utilities And Power Private Limited5.68%
LIC HOUSING FINANCE LIMITED4.68%
Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited4.59%
Power Finance Corporation Ltd.4.58%
Housing And Urban Development Corporation Ltd.4.55%
Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited4.54%
HDFC Bank Limited4.49%
Syndicate Bank4.03%
Muthoot Finance Limited3.54%
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Min amount: 500

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Rs. 500 invested monthly becomes Rs. 3.11 Lakhs in a period of 25 years
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Moderate Risk

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