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Why Scottish Mortgage is sad at 40% Skyscanner return

Why Scottish Mortgage is sad at 40% Skyscanner return

The £1.4 billion sale of flight search website is a let-down for trust that backed the 'unicorn' in January. Longer-term investors are pleased though.

Funds & Fund Managers

All calculations in GBP, unless stated
over :
 Average Manager Total Return : 52.4% (31 October 2013 - 31 October 2016)
Total Return
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86.6%

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86.6%

3 of 181

80.4%

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79.6%

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79.6%

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78.6%

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73.8%

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70.9%

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70.3%

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68.0%

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67.9%

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66.6%

12 of 181

66.6%

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66.4%

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66.1%

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65.4%

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65.4%

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65.4%

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65.2%

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64.8%

20 of 181

64.8%

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64.8%

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64.3%

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64.3%

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64.0%

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63.4%

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62.4%

27 of 181

62.4%

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62.3%

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62.3%

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61.9%

31 of 181

61.9%

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61.8%

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61.8%

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61.5%

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61.5%

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61.5%

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61.4%

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61.3%

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61.3%

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61.3%

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61.2%

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60.9%

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60.6%

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60.6%

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60.6%

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60.5%

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60.5%

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60.4%

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60.1%

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60.1%

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60.0%

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59.7%

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59.7%

60 of 181

59.7%

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59.5%

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59.4%

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59.4%

64 of 181

59.3%

65 of 181

58.8%

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58.6%

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58.3%

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58.0%

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57.6%

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57.4%

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57.0%

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56.8%

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56.5%

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56.4%

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56.3%

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56.1%

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56.1%

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55.9%

78 of 181

55.9%

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55.8%

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55.7%

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55.7%

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55.6%

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55.6%

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55.2%

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55.2%

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54.6%

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54.6%

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54.6%

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54.6%

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54.3%

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54.2%

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53.7%

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53.7%

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53.0%

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53.0%

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52.9%

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52.9%

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52.8%

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52.7%

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52.7%

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52.3%

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51.9%

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51.6%

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51.6%

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51.6%

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51.5%

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51.5%

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50.9%

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50.9%

111 of 181

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50.5%

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50.3%

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50.3%

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50.3%

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50.3%

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50.1%

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49.9%

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49.6%

124 of 181

49.6%

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49.6%

126 of 181

49.6%

128 of 181

49.4%

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49.4%

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49.3%

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48.6%

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48.6%

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48.3%

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48.2%

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48.2%

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48.1%

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48.0%

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48.0%

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48.0%

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47.8%

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47.8%

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47.7%

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47.7%

142 of 181

47.7%

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46.6%

145 of 181

46.6%

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46.4%

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45.2%

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45.1%

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45.1%

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44.9%

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44.8%

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44.8%

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44.7%

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44.7%

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44.6%

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44.3%

157 of 181

44.3%

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43.6%

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43.3%

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43.3%

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43.3%

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42.0%

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42.0%

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41.5%

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41.1%

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41.1%

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41.1%

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41.0%

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40.6%

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40.2%

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38.9%

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38.9%

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38.9%

175 of 181

38.9%

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37.2%

179 of 181

35.6%

180 of 181

35.1%

181 of 181

20.7%

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