Neil Woodford's £8bn Equity Income fund could potentially be removed from the IA's UK Equity Income sector if it does not lift its yield to match 100% of the FTSE All-Share yield by the end of the year.
Funds are at risk of expulsion if they either fail to achieve 90% over one year or 100% over three years. So far, Woodford (pictured) has failed to achieve 100% in both 2015 and 2016. According to...
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