Which trusts manoeuvred during 2020 and which stood their ground?

Turnover in focus during pandemic

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The Temple Bar trust, managed by Nick Purves and Ian Lance, had one of the best turnover figures over the past year
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The Temple Bar trust, managed by Nick Purves and Ian Lance, had one of the best turnover figures over the past year

Several investment trusts overhauled their portfolios during the market volatility of 2020 as managers chose to revamp their holdings and take advantage of depressed markets.

However, other managers saw this strategy as counter-productive and stuck to their guns. Figures from Morningstar, collated by the Association of Investment Companies for Investment Week, revealed...

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