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- Fund Family Vanguard Group
- Assets Under Management 46,945,392,000
- Shares Outstanding, K 489,320
- 60-Month Beta 0.18
|Period||Period Low||Period High||Performance|
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+1.02 (+1.07%)since 06/30/21
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+2.27 (+2.42%)since 04/30/21
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-0.66 (-0.68%)since 07/30/20
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|T-Mobile USA Inc.||0.40%|
|United States Treasury Note/Bond||0.38%|
|CVS Health Corp.||0.37%|
|Vanguard Market Liquidity Fund||0.36%|
|United States Treasury Note/Bond||0.36%|
|Bank of America Corp.||0.33%|
|Bank of America Corp.||0.29%|
|Deutsche Telekom International Finance BV||0.27%|
|3rd Resistance Point||96.26|
|2nd Resistance Point||96.18|
|1st Resistance Point||96.14|
|1st Support Level||96.02|
|2nd Support Level||95.94|
|3rd Support Level||95.90|