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Newton Real Return - Fund in focus

24 May 2016

Iain Stewart, manager of the Newton Real Return Fund, feels central bank intervention has led to a distortion in global stock markets; as investors have looked to the stock market to provide an income no longer available from bonds and cash, companies and bonds have been driven to artificially high prices.

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Allianz BRIC Stars to become an emerging markets fund

Fri 27 May 2016

The Allianz BRIC Stars Fund will broaden its focus beyond Brazil, Russia, India and China. Kunal Ghosh, the fund's manager, now has the flexibility to invest across the broader spectrum of higher-risk emerging markets as he sees fit.

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M&G Strategic Corporate Bond – is there still value in bonds?

Fri 27 May 2016

Since mid-2014, concerns over a deteriorating outlook for the global economy have pervaded bond markets. Demand for ‘safe haven’ assets has pushed up the prices of bonds issued by the US, UK and German governments.

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Jupiter India Fund - research update

Thu 26 May 2016

Avinash Vazirani, manager of the Jupiter India Fund, believes India is largely immune to the woes affecting the rest of the world...

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