Demand for bonds propels October retail sales to £2.5bn

According to latest Investment Association figures

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UK savers invested £2.5bn into funds in October
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UK savers invested £2.5bn into funds in October

Following record outflows in Q3, equities have seen a return to inflows in October, while bond funds were the most popular with UK savers, according to the latest figures published by the Investment Association (IA).

UK savers invested £2.5bn into funds in October, over half of which went to bond funds, which saw £1.3bn of inflows. After total outflows of £1.7bn in September, equity funds saw a resurgence with net...

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