Income fund favourites jostle with more adventurous rivals in ii's November most bought

Royal London tops most bought list

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Income and safety were still on the agenda among fund buyers in November, but a new wave of investors bucked the trend and pursued more adventurous investments.

According to the latest platform purchases data from interactive investor, Royal London Short Term Money Market topped the most bought funds list as investors parked their cash with a safe haven stalwart, followed by a regular in the rankings, Fundsmith Equity. Investors in trusts also returned to a familiar favourite in Scottish Mortgage, which reclaimed the head of the leaderboard after being knocked into second place last month by City of London.  Baillie Gifford and EdenTree funds lose Square Mile A rating The majority of the constituents of the November investment trust most b...

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