Country allocations

Country allocations

The percentages of a fund's net assets distributed to securities of various countries. These percentages serve as an indicator of a fund's diversification and its vulnerability to fluctuations in foreign financial markets or currency exchange rates.
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Final country allocations for all FMF and IMET recipients will be approved by the State Department and notified Congress in the near future.
27% with top country allocations as follows: Brazil 36.
Country allocations have been determined in the light of progress made in each country.
The Fund's country allocations are rebalanced to target weights when they exceed pre-determined thresholds.
As tuna resources are limited and international fishing interests are growing the IOTC has recently been conducting a number of workshops to develop criteria for country allocations.
Recommended retail quantities and country allocations for Lot 1, see the documentation in the procurement portal: Lot 2: Provision of services in the field of analog telecommunications: This lot includes the area services to be rendered in connection with telephony as analog phones, telecommunications equipment, telecommunications gateways, etc.
On Friday, October 7, DPG, a closed-end fund which began trading on the New York Stock Exchange on July 27 of this year, will post portfolio holdings, sector weightings, and country allocations as of September 30 on its website, www.
BOSTON -- A recent study conducted by Salomon Smith Barney concludes that global emerging market (GEM) fund country allocations gathered by EmergingPortfolio.
In turn, there is likely to be no major shifts in PNC Advisors' country allocations.
Lieber and Falcone, working in conjunction with co-manager Ed Miska and a vigorous Investment Committee, perform proprietary quantitative analysis on individual issues and make decisions on relative industry sector and country allocations in order to construct the portfolio.
The Merrill Lynch Net Cap-Weighted Liquid Local Debt Markets Index (ticker GLEM) is an index representing a liquid basket of fixed rate bonds with country allocations based on their relative capitalization weights in our corresponding broad country indices.
Citibank's approach with client portfolios is to seek out opportunities on a global basis rather than to pursue individual country allocations.