That's strange -- I thought closed-end funds all had three-letter ticker symbols. Five-letter symbols ending in X are usually for open-ended funds.Interest rates are going down, which means the price of the fund is going to increase, but yields are going to decrease.Try searching on www.google.com for "closed-end funds".
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