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Class A Shares

Shares in a mutual fund with a front-end load. For class A shares, a certain amount of one's investment is deducted for the commission of mutual fund's salesperson. This lowers the size of the investment in the mutual fund. For example, if one invests $50,000 in a mutual fund, a certain amount, say $1,000, is deducted for the commission, resulting in only $49,000 actually being invested in the fund.
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A multiple issuance series consists of class A, class B and class C notes, and retained class D variable funding notes, with subclasses that may be offered independently and have differing terms, issuance dates and maturities.
A multiple issuance series consists of class A, B and C notes, and retained class D variable funding notes with subclasses that may be offered independently and have differing terms, issuance dates and maturities.
NEW YORK -- Fitch assigns an 'AAA' rating to Capital One Multi-asset Execution Trust ('COMET') $1 billion class A, series 2006-7, card series notes.
NEW YORK -- Fitch assigns a rating of 'AAA' to the $500 million class A (2006-6) card series notes issued by the Capital One Multi-asset Execution Trust (COMET).
NEW YORK -- Fitch assigns a rating of 'AAA' to the $500 million class A (2006-5) card series notes issued by the Capital One Multi-asset Execution Trust (COMET).
NEW YORK -- Fitch has assigned an 'AAA' rating to Capital One Multi-asset Execution Trust's ("COMET") $1 billion class A (2006-4) card series notes.
NEW YORK -- Fitch has assigned an 'AAA' rating to the Capital One Multi-asset Execution Trust's ("COMET") $400 million class A (2006-3) card series notes.
NEW YORK -- Fitch Ratings assigns ratings of 'AAA' to $500 million class A (2006-2) card series notes issued by the Capital One Multi-asset Execution Trust (COMET).