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As of 11/24/2015
The Fund seeks current income with capital appreciation through investment in common and/or preferred stocks of U.S. and non-U.S. companies and other equity securities that offer an above-average potential for dividend distributions.
As of 10/31/2015
Fund SponsorWells Fargo Funds Management
Portfolio ManagersJeffrey P. Mellas (28 Jan 2011) / Timothy O'Brien (28 Mar 2007)
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*Indicates a Special Distribution: A distribution disbursed in addition to the normal distributions paid out by the company.
As of 11/24/2015
As of 11/24/2015Category: Global Equity Dividend
Past 20 Years
Returns for periods less than one year are cumulative rather than annualized
Past performance is no guarantee of future results.
As of 7/31/2015 reported by Fund Sponsor
As of 9/30/2015 reported by Fund Sponsor
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