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invest

 [in-vest´]
1. to envelop in or cover another tissue or part (as fascia).
2. to surround, envelop, or embed in an investment material.

invest (invest´),

v to surround, envelop, or embed in an investment material; e.g., a gypsum product.
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The project will identify spatial packages of investable propositions from the integrated infrastructure plan, which could attract and be financed by the private sector, but which may also be promoted by public sector organisations.
For this purpose, investable assets consist of the value of all cash, savings, mutual funds, CDs, IRAs, stocks, bonds and all other types of investments excluding primary home and other real estate investments.
Phoenix research showed that households with at least $1 million in investable assets hold approximately $20 trillion in total liquid wealth in the U.
And when you look at the insurance industry as a whole, the largest insurers only make up around 10 percent of the industry, but they also hold 85 percent of the investable assets.
State Street Corporation (NYSE: STT), a provider of financial services to institutional investors, has announced the launch of the State Street Liquid Private Equity Investable Index, an innovative solution that provides public access to private equity sector exposures.
Only one in 10 (13 percent) boomers had investable assets of $500,000 or more.
A recent study found individuals who have $200,000 or more in investable assets said market volatility has motivated a desire for a balanced investment approach.
However, 40 percent of those with 5 million dollars in investable assets admitted that they didn't feel they were rich.
The population of ultra-high net worth individuals - those with investable assets of at least $30 million - in Asia-Pacific fell 3.
The study compares the excess returns of non-investable indices and those of their investable counterparts before and after 2008.
Summary: The Russell Global Index includes more than 10,000 securities in 61 countries and covers 98% of the investable global market.
1m of five-year structured notes linked to its Investable Volatility Index.