RWC's Lance: UK equity valuations 'back to the 90s'

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Ian Lance, RWC Partners

The valuation of UK equities has dropped "back to the 90s", driven by negative sentiment and foreign investors moving money out of the country, according to RWC Partners' manager Ian Lance.

Lance, who runs the TM RWC UK Equity Income fund alongside Nick Purves, said the "dislocations" in the UK market are making valuations look attractive versus other regions and therefore presenting buying...

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