Nippon India Gilt Securities Fund-P F Option -Automatic Capital Appreciation Payout - Latest NAV, Returns, Performance & Portfolio

Nippon India Gilt Securities Fund-P F Option -Automatic Capital Appreciation Payout

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    9.94%
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    (+0.05)27.1514

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Fund Summarystar

PeriodReturns(per year)
10 Years8.85%
5 Years9.94%
3 Years7.6%
1 Year15.2%
6 Months8.4%
Fund Details
ISININF204K01CC0
RiskModerate Risk
Fund TypeGovernment Bond
NAV27.1514
Exit Load0.25% for 7 Days

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Top HoldingsWeightage
GOVT STOCK47.81%
GOVT STOCK28.77%
7.59% Govt Stock 202610.09%
GOVT STOCK6.4%
8.24% Govt Stock 20272.48%
7.17% Govt Stock 20281.88%
7.37% Govt Stock 20230.06%
7.73% Govt Stock 20340.05%
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Moderate Risk

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