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FE Trustnet readers bullish on equities but what are the experts doing?
By Daniel Lanyon | 07:00 | 09-Feb-2016
With a recent poll showing that you are buying or at least maintaining your equity exposure, FE Trustnet reveals what the professionals have been doing in the January sell-off. ...
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Four giant funds that got even bigger in 2015
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FE Trustnet reveals the funds that were already running more than £1bn at the start of 2015 but went on to take in more than one-third of their assets over the following 12 months. ...
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