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mutual,

adj interchangeable; reciprocal; joint.
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As the third-smallest mutual in Tennessee, the niche carrier primarily writes properties valued under $75,000.
0 trillion in mutual funds, according to Investment Company Institute.
While the scandal concerns him, Perkins feels there are few choices for most individual investors other than mutual funds.
financial system, mutual funds had been almost entirely spared the bad headlines and lawsuits--that is, until September 2003, when New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer revealed that a number of mutual funds were ignoring, or worse, facilitating, illegal or questionable trading by certain individuals and investment institutions, including hedge funds.
Late trading occurs when a mutual fund manager allows a trader to buy or sell shares of the fund at the 4 p.
Mutual funds have proliferated over the past 20 years to the point where now, Morningstar tracks more than 11,000.
Furthermore, the American Institute of CPAs, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Financial Accounting Standards Board already have recognized the importance of applying elements of tax-basis accounting to mutual funds.
Mutual help groups offer the person with a disability a variety of benefits and assistance.
The operations being purchased by Nationwide Financial manage approximately $25 billion of mutual fund assets, of which approximately $13 billion is sub-advised by third parties.
Savvy mutual fund investors will find plenty of sites to tickle their fancies on the list found at Mutual Fund Central, including www.