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Aviva's Chris Murphy: Astra bid is 'get out of jail free card'

Aviva Investors' Citywire AA-rated Chris Murphy doesn't mince his words as he questions the intentions behind Pfizer's bid for Astra.

He also reveals how he is combatting overvalued equity markets in bid to keep delivering strong returns on his £971.3 million Aviva Investors UK Equity Income fund.

In the three years to the end of March the fund has returned 38.3% versus a 28.8% rise in the FTSE All Share.  

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