closed-end fund

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  • noun

Synonyms for closed-end fund

a regulated investment company that issues a fixed number of shares which are listed on a stock market

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Subsequent sections contain analyses of all exchange-traded funds and other closed-end mutual funds, with graphs and charts, in the areas of investment rating, major ratings factors, fund family and type, inception date, and ticker symbol; the top and bottom funds; the best and worst funds based on performance; and top rated funds by type.
It may be added that ICP is the first institution to have introduced closed-end Mutual Funds in the country, through which funds of small investors are pooled together for the purchase of shares with the objective of providing the benefits of large portfolio to fund-holders.
Headquartered in New York City, with offices in Brussels, Hong Kong, London and Seattle, the firm serves individual and institutional investors through a wide range of open-end mutual funds, closed-end mutual funds and institutional separate accounts.
It manages and distributes 31 open-end and five closed-end mutual funds to meet a broad range of investment objectives.
representing stocks listed on the NYSE and NASDAQ-AMEX (not including closed-end mutual funds, ADRs, REITS, and non-common shares); and ranks them in descending order based on their float-adjusted market capitalization.
Colonial offers a complete family of open- end and closed-end mutual funds to meet a wide range of investment goals.
To meet a wide range of investment goals, Colonial offers a complete family of 30 open-end and five closed-end mutual funds.
George Latimer, has been elected to the board of directors for the closed-end mutual funds of Piper Capital Management Incorporated.
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