Publicly Traded Asset

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Publicly Traded Asset

Any asset that is traded on an exchange. Publicly traded assets are almost always stocks.
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BlackRock, a publicly-traded asset management firm based in Midtown, said it expected to lose $53.
AllianceBernstein is a $600-billion global asset management company and the second largest publicly-traded asset manager in the United States.
Hancock's investment management expertise covers a wide range of private and publicly-traded asset classes and is based on fundamental research and disciplined, quantitatively-based analysis and asset-liability management.
one of the largest publicly-traded asset management firms in the US, has deployed Portware's Enterprise trading platform globally.
is a subsidiary of AMVESCAP (NYSE: AVZ), an independent, publicly-traded asset management company with over $370 billion in assets worldwide (as of March 31, 2001).
NYSE: AMG), a publicly-traded asset management holding company.
His extensive experience in communications, marketing and brand development make him perfectly suited to his new role, and he will be invaluable to Liberty Financial as we continue to strengthen our identity as a top-tier, publicly-traded asset management company offering a strong line-up of brand- name investment products.
Alliance is the nation's largest publicly-traded asset manager, as measured by assets under management, with more than $321 billion in client assets under management at June 30, 1999.
one of the largest publicly-traded asset management firms in the United States, with over $105 billion of funds under management as of Sept.
NYSE:PXP) is the tenth largest publicly-traded asset manager in the United States, with $48 billion in combined individual and institutional assets under management through its affiliates (as of 9/30/98).
Alliance/CB marries Alliance Capital, the nation's largest publicly-traded asset management company, and the research of CB Commercial, the largest real estate service firm in the U.