Quarterly Dividends paid on Sep 21, 2018Monthly DividendsQuarterly DividendsClass AClass CClass DClass IClass R3Class R4Class R5Class R6
$0.24000$0.19893$0.25558$0.21939$0.22513$0.24855$0.25829

 

The funds below changed to annual dividend payments for 2018. See the 2018 Dividend Schedule for more information.

The fund below changed to annual dividend payments for 2018. See the 2018 Dividend Schedule for more information.

Quarterly Dividends paid on Dec 22, 2017Monthly Dividends paid on Sep 30, 2018Quarterly DividendsClass AClass CClass DClass IClass R3Class R4Class R5Class R6
$0.07404$0.01716$0.10180$0.05668$0.06262$0.09699$0.10980
$0.00979$0.00432$0.01702
$0.35931$0.24733$0.42313$0.36300$0.37539$0.42373
$0.01946$0.02147
$0.01638$0.01226$0.01910$0.01529$0.01518$0.01866
$0.02586$0.02342$0.02882$0.02425$0.02420$0.02773$0.03022
$0.03000$0.02318$0.03378$0.02858$0.02847$0.03378$0.03428
$0.01145$0.01346
$0.02047$0.01763$0.02338
$0.02680$0.02342$0.02965
$0.01718$0.01425$0.02059
$0.02592$0.02344$0.02954
$0.02651$0.02984
$0.03143$0.02572$0.03414
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2018 Dividend Schedule

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