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Adj.1.large-capitalization - of stocks of companies with a market capitalization of five billion dollars or more
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Even worse for advocates of diversification: within stocks, large-capitalization growth stocks in the U.S.
(During the same period, the average hedge fund shed 3.3 percent, while the average large-capitalization core mutual fund slipped just 0.8 percent, according to Morningstar data cited by Reuters.)
stock market in 2014, driven by what he called a "triumvirate" of large-capitalization, healthy dividend players, management change/activist situations, and "big dream" companies.
We expect continued interest in large-capitalization sectors i.e.
Calvert study finds diversity disparity A report released by Bethesda-based Calvert Investments Inc., a socially screened mutual fund company, has found that large-capitalization companies listed on the Standard & Poor's 100 index are still failing to put substantial numbers of women and minorities into board rooms and executive suites.
Export-oriented large-capitalization issues performed strongly.
According to figures compiled by S&P Dow Jones Indices, Cablevision was the 10th-best performer in July among the large-capitalization stocks in the S&P 500.
Granite Investment Advisors, a Concord-based investment management firm, has introduced the Granite Value Fund, an actively managed equity fund investing primarily in mid- to large-capitalization equity securities of U.S.
"The introduction of the NEXT FUNDS NASDAQ-100 EXCHANGE TRADED FUND gives retail and institutional investors in Japan access for the first time to a domestic product that tracks 100 of the world's most dynamic large-capitalization growth companies," said NASDAQ OMX Executive Vice President John Jacobs.
The Dow Jones Sustainability Index World (DJSI World), the longest-running sustainable development global index, comprises the top sustainable development companies drawn from a worldwide pool of 2500 large-capitalization corporations.
"I pay a lot of attention to asset allocation too," she says, adding that Simmons holds a broad range of domestic and international investments, including small-, mid-, and large-capitalization stocks in industries as diverse as pharmaceuticals, energy, and banking.

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