interactive investor removes Templeton EM fund from 'Super 60' list

Replaced with Mobius IT

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Mobius IT's Mark Mobius

Investment platform interactive investor has removed the Templeton Emerging Markets Smaller Companies fund from its ‘Super 60’ rated list, replacing it with the Mobius investment trust.

Interactive investor said removal of Templeton Emerging Markets Smaller Companies fund follows an extended period of underperformance. It comes after the BlackRock Frontiers investment trust was removed from the list earlier this month. The Mobius investment trust provides exposure to emerging and frontier markets, while also focusing on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues. ACG 'frustrating shareholders' wishes' after blocking Gabelli Value Plus+ liquidation vote The strategy was launched in 2018 and invests in a highly concentrated portfolio of around 25 to 30 sto...

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