\\ˈklōzd+\ adjective
1. : having a fixed capitalization of shares that are traded on the open market instead of being redeemed daily by the company at the demand of the holders

a closed-end investment company

— opposed to open-end
2. : issued to the full amount authorized or substantially the full amount

a closed-end bond issue

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/klohzd"end"/, adj.
of, pertaining to, or like a closed-end investment company.
[1935-40; Amer.]

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closed-endˈ adjective
1. Having fixed limits
2. (of an investment trust) offering shares up to a limited number
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Main Entry:close

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closed-end «KLOHZD EHND», adjective.
having to do with or designating a type of investment company whose shares of stock are fixed in number and are sold only on the stock exchange or other recognized market place.

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adj. having a predetermined and fixed extent

a closed-end contract

denoting an investment trust or company that issues a fixed number of shares

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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