single-country fund

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Single-country fund

A mutual fund that invests in individual countries outside the United States.

Single-Country Fund

A mutual fund that invests predominantly or exclusively in the securities of a single country. While a single-country fund may be diversified in other ways (for instance, it may hold both stocks and bonds), it is usually exposed to political risk. Some analysts argue that in an age of globalization, there is little difference in single-country and multi-country funds, but others dispute that. See also: Country diversification, WEBS.

single-country fund

A mutual fund that invests in securities of one country. A single-country fund, for example, might invest only in securities issued in Australia.
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The industry has been held back by a lack of a long term track records, a lack of diversification opportunities and an oversupply of very concentrated and volatile single country funds.
International investing entails special risk considerations, including currency fluctuations, lower liquidity, economic and political risks, and difference in accounting methods; these risks are generally heightened for single country funds.
Single country funds now represent 60% of raised capital compared to 55% six months ago.
The preferred route for gaining exposure to emerging markets of more than half of those surveyed was through global emerging market funds, followed by single country funds, then regional funds (MENA, EMEA etc)
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The India Capital Fund came first out of the 5 other top nominated single country funds, covering regions such as China and Korea.
HONG KONG, October 26 /PRNewswire/ -- India Capital Management Ltd which has a total AUM of US$200M is proud to announce that it has won the "Best Single Country Fund of the Year" at the 2005 AsiaHedge Awards for it's Fund, the India Capital Fund, presented last week on 20th October in Hong Kong.
In the second of a two-part series, ANDREW ALBUM looks at the spread and performance of single country funds in the region.
The nine new funds comprising the AlphaDEX([R]) International line-up are a diverse group of broad, regional and single country funds.
International investing entails special risk considerations, including currency fluctuations, lower liquidity, economic and political risks, and differences in accounting methods; these risks are generally heightened for emerging market investments and single country funds.
The nine funds comprising the AlphaDEX([R]) International family of funds consists of a diverse range of broad, regional and single country funds.
Investment in smaller companies and narrowly focused investments, including single country funds, typically exhibit higher volatility.