UK funds were the worst performers during the first half of 2016 as fears about the impact of the EU referendum weighed heavily on domestic names, while a corresponding flight to safe-haven assets saw fixed income and gold funds outperform over the period.
Global markets suffered their worst start to a year in two decades, with indices including the FTSE 100 dropping into bear market territory as heightened concerns about a China slowdown and tumbling oil...
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