large-cap large-cap

Definition(s):

  • (adj) of stocks of companies with a market capitalization of five billion dollars or more

Usage(s):

  1. While large-cap funds converge toward mediocrity, small-cap performance is all over the place.
  2. Over the past five years, socially responsible funds that invest in large-cap companies earned an average 11.
  3. You could sell the large-cap growth fund and invest the money in another fund family's large-cap growth fund.

News

  1. National Oilwell Slips to Strong Sell - Analyst Blog

    On Jun 18, Zacks Investment Research downgraded global large-cap energy equipment maker, National Oilwell Varco ( NOV ) to a Zacks Rank #5 (Strong Sell). Why the Downgrade? National
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Nasdaq

  2. China ETFs Weak on Credit Jitters, Economy

    The iShares FTSE China Large-Cap ETF (NYSEArca: FXI) has been under pressure recently amid worries a spike in short-term lending rates could trigger wider liquidity problems in the world’s second-largest ...
    on June 18, 2013     Source: ETF Trends via Yahoo! Finance

  3. Three Large-Cap Dividend Dynamos for a Long-Term Portfolio

    Three Large-Cap Dividend Dynamos for a Long-Term Portfolio        
    on June 15, 2013     Source: The Motley Fool

Quotes

  1. "So far, we estimate the mid and large-cap banks are 32% and 49% of the way through their total commercial real estate losses, less than most other loan categories," Morgan Stanley said. "We are most concerned with retail and office, given...
    on Sep 8, 2009 By: JP Morgan Source: MarketWatch

  2. "Together, they have expanded the scope and scale of our IBD business through a number of important initiatives, including growth in the emerging markets and focus on large-cap M&A," UBS Investment Bank head Jenkins wrote in the memo.
    on Mar 14, 2007 By: Huw Jenkins Source: Bloomberg

  3. "It is the single most misunderstood large-cap stock in the universe," Cramer said.
    on May 22, 2007 By: Jim Cramer Source: TheStreet.com

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