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Synonyms for large-cap

of stocks of companies with a market capitalization of five billion dollars or more

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There is a stark contrast between the operating performance of SMID and large-cap companies.
Mach, 66, joined EVM in 1999 to manage Eaton Vance Large-Cap Value Fund and the new Eaton Vance Tax-Managed Value Fund.
Michelle's portfolio] had 71% in large-cap stocks and the other 29% in small-caps, international stocks, and a cash balance.
But with Internet stocks, speculative investors get the fast growth of small stocks but in a large-cap setting.
large-cap equity funds since the inception of its Growth Stock Fund in 1950 and managed $85 billion in U.
Among his holdings: Fidelity Equity-Income II Fund (FEQTX), a large-cap value fund.
He cites the popularity of indexing - whether in mutual funds or individual securities - as a contributing phenomenon to the large-cap gains.
Decreased exploration and drilling activities along with a significant fall in unproved property acquisition costs led to fall in total costs incurred by the top 20 large-cap North America independent exploration and production (E&P) companies to $50.
Standard & Poor's expects large-cap funds to have a banner year in 2004," notes Pane.
Eley thinks the excessively strong performance of large-cap growth stocks could end in 2000, and large-cap value stocks will advance, reversing a years-long trend.
One sample allocation: Between 25 percent and 50 percent of the money in a large-cap fund, 12 percent to 25 percent in a small-cap and the rest in an international fund.
Top 20 Large-Cap North America Independent Exploration and Production (E&P) Companies - Financial & Operational Fundamental Analysis and Benchmarking - 2010 provides analysis on the financial and Operational parameters of the Top 20 Large-Cap North America Independent Exploration and Production (E&P) Companies.
As determined by Standard & Poor's returns-based style analysis, for the most part, heavyweights are sticking to their large-cap mandates, but their mid and small-cap holdings have been cushioning most of their losses.
Each year for nearly the last nine, small-capitalization market gurus have been predicting that finally large-cap growth stocks will lose steam and small-cap stocks will become the new market leaders.
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