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BNY Mellon Workforce Comparison
BNY Mellon EM Debt Lcl Ccy X CHF is currently considered the top fund in number of employees among similar funds. The total workforce of Global Emerging Markets Bond - Local Currency 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 Global Emerging Markets Bond - Local Currency category.
BNY Mellon EM Holdings Turnover
According to company disclosure BNY Mellon EM Debt Lcl Ccy X CHF has Holdings Turnover of 83%. This is 50.43% lower than that of the BNY Mellon Global Management Ltd family, and about the same as Global Emerging Markets Bond - Local Currency (which currently averages 83.58) category, The Holdings Turnover for all funds is 63.02% lower than the firm.
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BNY Mellon EM Annual Yield
In accordance with recently published financial statements BNY Mellon EM Debt Lcl Ccy X CHF has Annual Yield of 6.55%. This is 708.64% higher than that of the BNY Mellon Global Management Ltd family, and 61.75% higher than that of Global Emerging Markets Bond - Local Currency category, The Annual Yield for all funds is 374.64% lower than the firm.