offers through banks and other sales outlets. The Boston-based mutual fund company said Keystone Growth and Income Fund, formerly Keystone Custodian Fund, will now include stocks among the S&P 500 in its portfolio. The fund will also invest part of its portfolio in mid-cap stocks and in some seasoned foreign stocks. The fund originally was limited to large capitalization stocks. Keystone Mid-Cap Growth Fund, formerly Keystone Custodian Fund, is adding larger companies to its array of stock choices.
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