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1. Having no definite limit of duration or amount: an open-end contract.
2. Continually issuing new shares or buying back existing shares from shareholders: an open-end mutual fund.
3. Permitting the borrowing of additional funds under existing terms: an open-end mortgage.


1. continuously issuing shares of stock or repurchasing them from shareholders.
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Q What is the difference between an open-end and a closed-end mutual fund?
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