Translation of open-ended in Spanish:


de duración indefinida, adj.

Pronunciation /əʊp(ə)nˈɛndɪd//ˈoʊpən ˌɛndəd/


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    (contract/lease) de duración indefinida
    (contract/lease) sin plazo definido
    we cannot give an open-ended commitment to support you no podemos comprometernos a apoyarlos incondicionalmente
    • But no obligation of this kind can be open-ended and without limit of time.
    • Perhaps the easiest way to understand the mechanics of closed-end mutual funds is via a comparison to the open-end mutual funds with which most investors are familiar.
    • Another reason that's typically given: Most closed-end funds don't liquidate or convert to open-end funds, so it makes no sense that their share prices should reflect that.
    • This procedure uses an open-end interval to list a series of housing units.
    • But it would resist pressure to swap an open-ended mandate for a fixed date for withdrawal.
    • With an open-end lease (also known as an equity lease), you must purchase the car at the end of the lease period for a predetermined amount.
    • These helped further to encourage open-ended arms competition and limited the search for areas of mutual co-operation.
    • This key structural difference makes the holdings in closed-end portfolios much less vulnerable to the waves of buying and redemptions that sometimes characterize open-end funds.
    • These also calculate a NAV in much the same way as the open-end fund.
    • You don't want to have an endless open-end part of the agreement.
    • Closing funds are open-end funds that have decided no longer to accept money from new investors (investors who do not currently own any shares in the fund).
    • The open-end document will enter into force on the first day of the second month after its signing.
    • Scarborough Council said its agreement with him has already been extended until December and is fairly open-ended to continue beyond that.
    • China is launching its first open-end investment fund.
    • The deal is open-ended, with no limits in terms of duration or cost.
    • ‘He wasn't in favour of giving an open-ended commitment but we will be able to avoid that,’ a source said.
    • Some closed-end funds are converted into open-end funds.
    • I also manage an open-end mutual fund, the Prudent Bear Fund, which was the top performing mutual fund in the country in the 3rd quarter.
    • That leaves the more familiar open-end mutual funds.
    • The other reason I make this statement is because a week before this book landed on my desk, I had bought an open-end ticket to Ireland and gave notice of my intention to quit my job.
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