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Your source for perspectives on financial markets and the economy.

Whether your mission is to find a particular investment style, strive to meet personal or organizational goals, adopt socially responsible investing principles, or support the mission of the Presbyterian Church - New Covenant Funds offer a diversity of investment approaches and charitable giving options.

Whatever your mission, New Covenant Funds may be right for you.

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Socially Responsible Investing

It is possible to do well while doing good. This is the premise behind Socially Responsible Investing – a distinctive feature of New Covenant Funds.

 

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Fund Tracker

Fund Name Price
Balanced Growth Fund
(NCBGX)
$103.76
Balanced Income Fund
(NCBIX)
$21.57
Growth Fund
(NCGFX)
$39.22
Income Fund
(NCICX)
$23.4

* Price as of April 20, 2015

Funds

Latest Knowledge & Resources

Weekly Market Update

03/27/2015 - The U.S. economy expanded in the fourth quarter, alongside more recent gains in employment and consumer prices. In the U.K., consumer prices remained flat and year-over-year inflation reached a historical low, while eurozone consumer confidence reflects sustained growth. SEI anticipates the North American and U.K. economies to maintain steady growth, while the eurozone is expected to make slow economic improvement.

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Weekly Market Update

03/20/2015 - In the U.S., projections for economic growth declined along with slowing manufacturing and construction. Overseas, the U.K. reported moderate strength in employment, while prices in the eurozone rebounded. SEI anticipates the North American and U.K. economies to maintain steady growth, as the eurozone likely makes slow economic improvement.

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Weekly Market Update

03/13/2015 - In the U.S., job growth continued and consumer confidence dropped. Overseas, in the U.K. and eurozone, industrial production declined. SEI anticipates the North American and U.K. economies to maintain steady growth, while the eurozone is expected to make slow economic improvement.

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