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M&G Recovery - where next?

25 April 2016

Tom Dobell has been at the helm of the M&G Recovery Fund since March 2000. The manager delivered strong returns over his first 12 years, however, the fund has not performed well since.

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Newton UK Income - research update

Tue 03 May 2016

Christopher Metcalf has managed the Newton UK Income Fund for two years and we are encouraged by the focus and stability he has brought to the fund.

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Rathbone Income - removal from the UK Equity Income sector

Thu 28 April 2016

The Rathbone Income Fund will move from the IA UK Equity Income sector to the IA UK All Companies sector on 1 May 2016.

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Odey Opus Fund - a renowned investor's view on global markets

Tue 26 April 2016

Crispin Odey, the manager of Odey Opus, is uneasy in his outlook for the global stock market and believes a recession is imminent.

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