CORPUS FUND Definition

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CORPUS FUND is the capital of the organization; the funds generated and kept for the existence and sustenance of the organization. Normally a corpus fund denotes a permanent fund kept for the basic expenditures needed for the administration and survival of the organization.

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PAID-UP CAPITAL is the total amount paid by shareholders for their shares of capital stock.

X as the fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol indicates that the listing is a mutual fund.

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