BNY Mellon (Ireland) Money Management Overview

IE0032722484 -- Ireland Fund  

EUR 2.03  0.02  0.98%

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BNY Mellon Workforce Comparison

BNY Mellon Euroland Bond C EUR is currently considered the top fund in number of employees among similar funds. The total workforce of EUR Diversified Bond category is currently estimated at about 2.0. BNY Mellon totals roughly 1.0 in number of employees claiming about 50% of all funds under EUR Diversified Bond category.

BNY Mellon Euroland Benchmark Summation

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BNY Mellon Euroland Annual Yield

In accordance with recently published financial statements BNY Mellon Euroland Bond C EUR has Annual Yield of 0.0%. This is 100.0% lower than that of the BNY Mellon Global Management Ltd family, and 100.0% lower than that of EUR Diversified Bond category, The Annual Yield for all funds is 100.0% higher than the company.
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