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July 21, 2020





1 Source: PGIM, Morningstar as of 3/31/2020. Represents 5-year rolling excess returns with a one-month step for the period beginning 7/1/2004. Methodology: Core and Core Plus groupings are comprised of the Morningstar Intermediate Core Bond and Intermediate Core-Plus Bond categories, respectively. Performance for groups and sub-groups uses the median manager. Only institutional share classes and ETFs were included in each grouping.
2 Source: Bloomberg as of 4/30/2020. References the period since the inception of the high yield index (7/1/1983) through 4/30/2020. High yield represented by BBG Barclays U.S. Corporate High Yield Index. Stocks represented by S&P500 Index.
3 Source: PGIM Fixed Income. Data as of 3/31/2020.


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