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Asset management firms
Hedge Funds

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Index

In financial markets, an index is an indicator of the overall change in the values of some or all of the securities  listed on a particular market. The index is constructed as a portfolio in which each security is weighted according to its...

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Illiquidity

In the investment world, illiquidity refers to assets which can't be exchanged for cash easily. This might be because there aren't enough investors willing to buy them. In business, the term can describe a company that doesn't have...

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