Will fund sales bounce be short lived?

Trade wars and Brexit could hamper recovery

Natalie Kenway
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Investment Week acting editor Natalie Kenway
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Investment Week acting editor Natalie Kenway

Earlier this month, it was reported June was the best month for net sales of retail funds in the second quarter "despite the Woodford scandal" and the rising prospects of a no-deal Brexit.

The latest Pridham Report said the beginning of the new tax year and "political uncertainty [becoming] the new certainty", as Boris Johnson was appointed the new UK Prime Minister, meant investors were...

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