net redemptions

Lithuanian translation: grynieji išpirkimai

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English term or phrase:net redemptions
Lithuanian translation:grynieji išpirkimai
Entered by: Ugne Vitkute (X)

10:35 Jul 24, 2010
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Bus/Financial - Finance (general) / Funds
English term or phrase: net redemptions
In the mutual fund industry, a measurement that describes the difference between money that is flowing into mutual funds (net inflow) and money that is flowing out (net outflows). If the outflows are more than the inflows then net redemptions occur.

As with new sales, redemptions are a normal part of the mutual fund business. Net redemptions or outflows occur when the amount of shares redeemed exceeds the amount of new purchases of shares by investors. However, net redemptions are not generally a result of a spike in shareholder redemption, but rather a decrease in new sales. During market downturns, mutual fund shareholders typically slow the rate at which they purchase new shares of mutual funds, and outflows may occur as the result of slowing in sales.
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išpirkimai neto, grynieji išpirkimai
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