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All calculations in GBP, unless stated
over :
 Average Manager Total Return : 36.5% (31 May 2016 - 31 May 2017)
Total Return
1 of 31

51.1%

1 of 31

51.1%

3 of 31

43.4%

3 of 31

43.4%

3 of 31

43.4%

6 of 31

41.7%

6 of 31

41.7%

6 of 31

41.7%

9 of 31

41.2%

9 of 31

41.2%

11 of 31

39.3%

12 of 31

38.8%

12 of 31

38.8%

14 of 31

37.9%

15 of 31

37.8%

16 of 31

37.2%

17 of 31

37.2%

18 of 31

35.8%

18 of 31

35.8%

20 of 31

35.1%

20 of 31

35.1%

22 of 31

34.8%

22 of 31

34.8%

24 of 31

33.3%

25 of 31

32.8%

26 of 31

32.7%

26 of 31

32.7%

28 of 31

30.3%

29 of 31

29.5%

30 of 31

24.5%

31 of 31

18.6%

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Trump can't derail rise of China's middle class

US president Donald Trump's sabre-rattling doesn't bother Dale Nicholls, manager of Fidelity China Special Situations.

Angus Tulloch bows out from Stewart Investors

Veteran Asia Pacific fund manager Angus Tulloch to retire in September, ending 29-year career in which he forged a reputation as a cautious but talented investor.

Fidelity's Nicholls: why I'm upping unlisted exposure

AAA-rated Dale Nicholls, manager of the Fidelity China Special Situations investment trust, is confident he can find opportunities despite concerns about slowing growth.

Scottish Oriental: 'we are in capital preservation mode'

Managers of Scottish Oriental Smaller Companies investment trust are wary of the rally that has lifted Asian stock markets this year.

Schroder AsiaPacific cuts management fee

Schroder AsiaPacific manager Matthew Dobbs believes investors are failing to recognise China's stabilising influence on the global economy.