Worst Performing SchemesAs on 14 Dec, 2019, 11:07 AM
Mutual funds may offer two schemes - dividend (profits are given to investors from time to time) and growth (profits are ploughed back into the scheme leading to higher NAV). Here’s a look at the performance of the two types of funds.
Worst Performing Schemes
|Scheme Name||Current NAV||3 Year's||Return (%)|
|Franklin India Floating Rate Fund - Growth||28.3205||4.8147||20.4830%||
|Reliance Floating Rate Fund - Growth||29.7663||5.5329||22.8317%||
|ICICI Prudential Floating Interest Fund - Growth||282.8562||54.0575||23.6267%||
|HDFC Floating Rate Debt Fund - Growth||33.1071||6.5819||24.8138%||