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  • Mutual funds are one of the several options that investors explore for investing surplus funds. In a deposit-dominated market like India it is important for mutual funds to be able to offer differentiated risk-rewards and gain shelf-space. With many seemingly similar offerings from multiple mutual funds unable to clearly communicate their superiority, a less informed investor may find it difficult to make a choice. This uncertainty leads to a weakened ‘pull’ for the product.

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  • Brazil’s equity market has grown rapidly in terms of both market capitalization and transaction volumes. Total equity market capitalization was about 55 percent of GDP in 2011 with a diversified investor base including individuals, institutional investors, financial institutions, and foreign investors. This growth has been fueled by a combination of strong market performance and a steady increase in the total quantity of shares.

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  • Foreign investors are significant players in the equity market. Indeed, foreigners are majority investors, especially, in public offering market. Most non-resident investors are domiciled in the U.S. and Europe, introducing an important link between the offering market and conditions overseas (see Figure 5). In August and September 2011, for example, there was no share issuance––several public offerings were canceled or postponed due to investors’ concerns on contagion risks from the euro zone.

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  • There has been substantial progress in the development of the government bond market. Key steps include a lengthening of the yield curve, reduction in external exposure and diversification of the investor base. This has been supported by improved macroeconomic conditions, foreign investors entering the fixed rate segment of local currency government debt, and well designed microstructure reforms regarding issuance policy and auction process. As shown below, the government bond market has become more resilient to various risk factors. ...

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  • I would like to express how honored I am that Don Phillips wrote my Foreword. As Morningstar managing director, Don is one of the most influential individuals in the industry; both Wall Street and investors around the globe have benefited from his leadership and innovations.

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  • Mutual funds have been a significant source of investment in both government and corporate securities. Decades it has been the monopoly of the state with UTI being the key player, with invested funds exceeding Rs.300 bn. The state-owned insurance companies also hold a portfolio of stocks. Presently, numerous mutual funds exist, including private and foreign companies and mainly state- owned Banks. Foreign participation in mutual funds and asset management companies (AUM) is permitted on a case-by-case basis.

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  • Certain developing countries and certain developed countries are especially large debtors to commercial banks and foreign governments. Investment in debt obligations ("Sovereign Debt") issued or guaranteed by governments or their agencies ("governmental entities") of such countries involves a high degree of risk. The governmental entity that controls the repayment of Sovereign Debt may not be able or willing to repay the principal and/or interest when due in accordance with the terms of such debt.

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  • The Corporation is a mutual fund corporation as defined in the Income Tax Act (“Canada”) with a September 30th tax year-end. All of the outstanding share classes are aggregated in determining the tax position of the corporation as a whole. Interest and foreign income are taxed at corporate rates subject to permitted deductions for expenses. The taxable portion of net capital gains is subject to tax at corporate rates applicable to mutual fund corporations, but taxes paid thereon are refundable.

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  • Once you’ve saved money for investing, consider carefully all your options and think about what diversification strategy makes sense for you. While the SEC cannot recommend any particular investment product, you should know that a vast array of invest- ment products exists—including stocks and stock mutual funds, corporate and municipal bonds, bond mutual funds, certificates of deposit, money market funds, and U.S. Treasury securities. Diversification can’t guarantee that your investments won’t suffer if the market drops.

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  • The economist’s stock in trade—his tools—lies in his ability to and proclivity to think about all questions in terms of alternatives. The truth judgment of the moralist, which says that something is either wholly right or wholly wrong, is foreign to him. The winlist, yes-no discussion of politics is not within his purview. He does not recognize the either-or, the all-or-nothing situation as his own. His is not the world of the mutually exclusive. Instead, his is the world of adjustment, of coordinated conflict, of mutual gain. ...

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  • Results obtained from fixed effect and ordinary least squares are indifferent. However, results based on fixed effect model yield more insightful interpretation. The outcomes from fixed effect model help indicating that three determinants affecting mutual fund growth are types of AMCs, Administrative expense ratio, and size of AMCs. Types of AMCs or dummy variables are used to represent distribution channel and parent reputation.

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  • Given these changes, it would be relevant to examine the present shareholding pattern of listed companies.

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  • If you go beyond mortgages to also include credit card, auto and student loans, commercial real estates, corporate loans, leverage loans, bond defaults, and if you add in insurance and finance companies, mutual and pension funds, and foreign financial institutions, the estimated credit losses rise to the range of, say, $600 billion to over a trillion.1 Some analysts have gone further by translating the estimated credit losses at leveraged US financial institutions into estimated declines in their lending and, in turn, into estimated declines in US economic growth.

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