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HL select global growth shares

Managers' blog

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Sell: 145.22p|Buy: 145.22p|Change -0.01p (-0.01%)

Correct as at 09/08/2022

Sell: 144.63p|Buy: 144.63p|Change -0.01p (-0.01%)

Correct as at 09/08/2022

Important information - The value of this fund can fall as well as rise so you could get back less than you invest. This information isn’t personal advice. If you're not sure whether an investment is suitable for your circumstances please contact us for personal advice. The HL Select Global Growth Shares fund is managed by our sister company HL Fund Managers Ltd.

Important portfolio changes, regular manager insight and monthly roundups

HL SELECT GLOBAL GROWTH SHARES

HL Select Global Growth Shares - Q2 2022 Review

The second quarter of 2022 saw global equities enter a bear market for the first time since the start of the pandemic, as inflation continued to move higher, interest rate expectations increased, and concerns grew around the risk of a recession. Read more

Managers' thoughts

HL SELECT GLOBAL GROWTH SHARES

HL Select Global Growth Shares - Q1 2022 Review

A very challenging Q1 2022 period as the war in Ukraine and COVID shutdowns exacerbated supply chain challenges and further increased inflation. Read more

Managers' thoughts

HL SELECT GLOBAL GROWTH SHARES

HL Select Global Growth Shares – Q4 2021 Review

Late 2021 saw inflationary pressures continuing to build in the USA. Consumer Price Inflation has already surged to almost 7% in the US , leaving households facing an ongoing squeeze on their standard of living. Read more

Managers' thoughts

HL SELECT UK GROWTH SHARES
HL SELECT UK INCOME SHARES
HL SELECT GLOBAL GROWTH SHARES

5 historic years

We launched the HL Select UK Growth Shares fund almost five years ago; since then, two other stablemates have followed, the HL Select UK Income Shares fund and the HL Select Global Growth Shares fund. Read more

Managers' thoughts

HL SELECT GLOBAL GROWTH SHARES

HL Select Global Growth Shares – Q3 2021 Review

Investor concerns around the Chinese and the US economies increased during the quarter, negatively impacting the overall market return. Read more

Managers' thoughts

HL SELECT GLOBAL GROWTH SHARES

HL Select Global Growth Shares – Q2 2021 Review

Managers' thoughts

HL SELECT GLOBAL GROWTH SHARES

HL Select Global Growth Q1 2021 Review

A combination of weak GDP and employment figures in 2020, with additional stimulus from multiple governments means many economists are expecting particularly strong GDP and employment growth for the rest of 2021. Read more

Monthly roundup

HL SELECT GLOBAL GROWTH SHARES

HL Select Global Growth Q4 2020 Review

Pfizer’s announcement in November that their vaccine was highly effective was the most important development over the last quarter. Read more

Managers' thoughts

HL SELECT UK GROWTH SHARES
HL SELECT UK INCOME SHARES
HL SELECT GLOBAL GROWTH SHARES

HL Select - 4th Anniversary

The HL Select UK Growth Shares fund reached its 4th birthday in early December 2020. Read more

Managers' thoughts

HL SELECT GLOBAL GROWTH SHARES

New Holding – TriNet

TriNet helps small and medium sized businesses across the United States with various HR related functions. Read more

Fund changes

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