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American Express launches seven new funds

American Express Bank is launching seven new global sector investment funds in the UK as part of its European expansion plans.

The new additions – including the Global Emerging Markets, Global Healthcare Equities and California Equities funds – have been designed to offer investors access to global sector funds that are not limited to specific countries or regions.

They bring AEB&#39s total number of funds to 26.

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