Iain Stewart, manager of the £9.7bn Newton Real Return fund, has said he will continue to position his portfolio in safe-haven assets, despite a short-term drop in performance resulting from his defensive positioning around the US election.
With FE figures indicating the Real Return fund has lost 6% over three months to 24 November, Stewart (pictured) said the fund was particuarly hit in the wake of Donald Trump's victory. According to...
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