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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.

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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
Growth Fund
Balanced Income Fund
Income Fund

* Price as of May 28, 2015


Latest Knowledge & Resources

Weekly Market Update

05/22/2015 - Data was uninspiring globally, with the exception of U.S. housing starts and U.K. retail sales. Reports in the U.S. remained generally disappointing, as its economy has yet to rebound strongly from a weak first quarter. In the U.K., inflation pressures were subdued but mostly positive, partially easing concerns about deflation risks.

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Weekly Market Update

05/15/2015 - The U.S. continued to navigate a slow industrial patch, as labor remained resilient. Overseas, U.K. labor and industry gained by less than expected, while the eurozone underwent a rotation in economic growth leadership. SEI expects continued slow growth for the U.S. and U.K., while the European rebound might persist as a result of European Central Bank policy.

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Weekly Market Update

05/08/2015 - The U.S. and U.K. economies continued to exhibit positive but slow momentum, while most countries in the eurozone (apart from France and Greece) surprised to the upside. Reports from Asia were negative overall, with Japan the lone bright spot. SEI anticipates continued slow growth in the U.S. and U.K., while the rebound in Europe may have room to run given the size of the European Central Bank’s policy interventions.

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