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Which fund should I buy to sit alongside Nick Train?
By Alex Paget | 11:00 | 26-Nov-2015
Following on from an article earlier this month, news editor Alex Paget runs through his ideas for a perfect fund to sit alongside CF Lindsell Train UK Equity. ...
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By Daniel Lanyon | 07:00 | 26-Nov-2015
FE Trustnet reveals the funds discretionary fund managers back the most in their portfolios. ...
Five 2015 Autumn Statement announcements for investors and savers
By Gary Jackson | 17:15 | 25-Nov-2015
FE Trustnet rounds up the key events of today’s Autumn Statement, which is the first made by George Osborne in a fully Conservative government. ...
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