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Five stocks these fund managers really love

Five stocks these fund managers really love

There has been little for fund managers to love this year, but with Valentine's Day around the corner, five fund managers reveal the stocks they just can't walk away from.

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All calculations in GBP, unless stated
over :
 Average Manager Total Return : 6.5% (31 December 2014 - 31 December 2015)
Total Return
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14.5%

7 of 98

14.5%

7 of 98

14.5%

7 of 98

14.5%

11 of 98

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13.9%

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13.7%

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13.7%

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12.5%

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12.4%

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12.4%

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11.6%

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11.4%

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11.2%

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10.9%

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9.5%

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4.9%

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4.8%

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4.7%

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64 of 98

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66 of 98

4.6%

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4.5%

69 of 98

4.4%

69 of 98

4.4%

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4.4%

72 of 98

4.2%

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3.9%

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3.6%

75 of 98

3.5%

76 of 98

3.5%

77 of 98

3.4%

78 of 98

2.7%

79 of 98

2.7%

79 of 98

2.7%

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2.6%

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2.6%

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2.1%

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1.3%

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