Western Inflation-Linkedome Fund (WIA) falls 0.93% on Moderate Volume January 14

Equities Staff  |

Western Asset Inflation-Linked Income Fund (NYSE: WIA) shares fell 0.93%, or $0.12 per share, to close Friday at $12.88. After opening the day at $12.82, shares of Western Inflation-Linkedome Fund fluctuated between $12.85 and $12.73. 39,509 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 48,441. Friday's activity brought Western Inflation-Linkedome Fund’s market cap to $297,591,987.

About Western Asset Inflation-Linked Income Fund

Western Asset Inflation-Linked Income Fund provides a leveraged portfolio investing at least 80% in inflation-linked securities, consisting primarily of U.S. Treasury Inflation Protected Securities “TIPS”, with the ability to invest in other fixed-income assets including high-yield, emerging markets, structured products, commodities and currency. The fund seeks current income, with a secondary investment objective of capital appreciation.

Visit Western Asset Inflation-Linked Income Fund’s profile for more information.

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