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in finance, investment company or trust that has a very fluid capital stock. It is unique in that at any time it can sell or redeem any of its outstanding shares at net asset value (i.e.
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(U.K.); The Open-Ended Investment Companies Regulations, 1996, S.I.
People withdrew pounds 20.7m more than they invested in UK-based unit trusts and open-ended investment companies (OEICs) during the month.
Only one per cent of assets currently held in unit trust and open-ended investment companies are in ethical investments, figures from the Investment Management Association show.
These are a wrapper in which you can hold a variety of investment funds such as unit trusts and open-ended investment companies, known as OEICs.
There are three types of CTF account: savings, a tax-free deposit account' stakeholder, a stockmarket index "tracker" fund' and shares, giving access to shares, unit trusts and open-ended investment companies (OEICs).
Sales of unit trusts and OEICs (Open-ended Investment Companies) to individuals reached pounds 2.09bn, 5pc lower than July's figure.
Investors put just pounds 548.2 million of new money into unit trusts and OEICs (Open-Ended Investment Companies) during the month, well down on the pounds 1.96 billion that was ploughed into the funds during April.
Individuals invested a total of pounds 3.46bn in unit trusts and OEICs (open-ended investment companies) during what is traditionally the quietest month of the year, the Investment Management Association said yesterday.
Just pounds 171.6m of new money was invested in unit trusts and OEICs (Open-ended Investment Companies), well down on the pounds 882.4m put in during June.
A total of pounds 321 million was invested in unit trust and OEIC (open-ended investment companies) ISAs between April 1 and April 5, according to the Investment Management Association.
Net sales of unit trusts and OEICs (Open-Ended Investment Companies) to individuals rose by just pounds 229.9m during the month, after people cashing in their investments or moving them elsewhere were stripped out, compared with an increase of pounds 657.6m in April.
Sales of unit trusts and open-ended investment companies (OEICs) to individuals reached pounds 998.6 million during January, according to the Investment Management Association.