Closed-ended structures can be a more appropriate way of accessing volatile and less liquid markets, writes Richard Titherington, manager of the J.P. Morgan Global Emerging Markets Income trust.
With yields on bonds and cash still stuck at historically low levels, investors are increasingly turning to equities to fulfil their income requirements. Investors in search of growth have long seen...
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