Sundaram Short Term Credit Risk Fund Growth - Latest NAV, Returns, Performance & Portfolio

Sundaram Short Term Credit Risk Fund Growth

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    4.34%
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    (+0.01)25.422

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Fund Summarystar

PeriodReturns(per year)
10 Years5.77%
5 Years4.34%
3 Years2.27%
1 Year-6.58%
6 Months3.07%
Fund Details
ISININF903J01EU7
RiskModerate Risk
Fund TypeCredit Risk
NAV25.422
Exit Load--

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Top HoldingsWeightage
LIC HOUSING FINANCE LIMITED7.33%
Rural Electrification Corporation Limited7.3%
Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited7.28%
Oriental Nagpur Betul Highway Private Limited7.25%
KOGTA FINANCIAL (INDIA) LIMITED5.99%
U.P. Power Corporation Limited5.41%
Rent a Device Trust2.07%
Rent a Device Trust1.11%

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Moderate Risk

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