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I don't own it but noticed that the FMI International fund made an income distribution on Friday -- that's income, not capital gains -- amounting to around 13% of its NAV. Can someone suggest how an equity mutual fund could make such a large income distribution? It's not something I've seen before. Maybe I'm missing something.
Skipped distribution in 2020.