Closed-End Fund

Closed-End Fund

Definition

An investment fund that issues a fixed number of shares, which are usually listed and traded on a stock exchange. Unlike an open-end investment fund, commonly known as a mutual fund, a closed-end fund does not continuously accept capital from investors by issuing new shares or redeem shares from existing investors on demand.

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