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Experts sound warning on Chinese ETFs as funds close to new money — Investors have been warned against buying into Chinese tracker funds in the near term as growing interest prompts some groups to close products to new investment. Last year, ETF providers began launching trackers investing directly in the Chinese A share market - mainland exchanges closely controlled by the Chinese government.

The three sectors powering £3bn M&G Global Basics — Randeep Somel, approaching his one-year anniversary as lead manager on the M&G Global Basics fund, has been busy revamping the portfolio with new stock and sector allocations. Following the retirement of previous lead manager Graham French last November, Somel (pictured) began repositioning the fund for a new era.

The Big Question: Are supermarkets a good investment for bargain hunters? — Tesco, Sainbury's and Morrison have all seen their share prices slump, as discount retailers continue to dangerously eat into their market share. Is there still value in their sliding share price, or is this a structural evolution for the sector?,Investment,UK ,supermarkets,tesco,the big question
Sep 22, 2014

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