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Shouldn't what my 401K managers call "unit value" be the same as NAV? If I multiply "unit value" by number of units I own, I get the value of my holdings.

Concerned about what's been happening lately, I've been keeping on eye on both the company's site & Fidelity's quotes for that fund. Unit value is currently 3.5372, NAV 46.41. I don't understand!
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