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Hugh Young's postcard from Sri Lanka

Hugh Young's postcard from Sri Lanka

In an exclusive piece for Wealth Manager, Aberdeen emerging markets veteran Hugh Young shares his thoughts on Sri Lanka after a trip to the 'Teardrop' of India at the end of last year.  

Funds & Fund Managers

All calculations in GBP
over :
 Average Manager Total Return : 23.4% (30 April 2014 - 30 April 2015)
Total Return
1 of 21

36.4%

2 of 21

35.2%

3 of 21

30.2%

3 of 21

30.2%

5 of 21

29.8%

5 of 21

29.8%

7 of 21

27.1%

7 of 21

27.1%

7 of 21

27.1%

10 of 21

26.4%

10 of 21

26.4%

12 of 21

24.9%

12 of 21

24.9%

14 of 21

24.4%

14 of 21

24.4%

14 of 21

24.4%

17 of 21

18.4%

17 of 21

18.4%

19 of 21

18.3%

20 of 21

16.6%

21 of 21

0.6%

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