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All calculations in GBP, unless stated
over :
 Average Manager Total Return : 12.8% (30 June 2015 - 30 June 2016)
Total Return
1 of 19

22.2%

2 of 19

17.9%

3 of 19

17.8%

4 of 19

17.1%

5 of 19

15.9%

6 of 19

13.1%

7 of 19

13.1%

8 of 19

12.8%

9 of 19

12.6%

10 of 19

12.4%

11 of 19

12.1%

12 of 19

12.0%

13 of 19

11.8%

13 of 19

11.8%

15 of 19

11.7%

15 of 19

11.7%

17 of 19

11.5%

18 of 19

6.6%

19 of 19

5.6%

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Riddell reveals game plan for expansion at new home Allianz

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AXA to close two bond funds as investor interest wanes

The AXA Sterling Long Corporate Bond and Sterling Long Gilt funds have been deemed no longer economically viable.

‘Bond Vigilante’ Riddell joins Allianz as it brings two Pimco-run funds in-house

Mike Riddell will take the reins of the group’s Gilt Yield and Sterling Total Return funds when he joins on October 1.

Thought UK quantitative easing was over? Not quite

The Bank of England stopped the money-printing presses three years ago but will soon have £17 billion to plough into government bonds.

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