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Barclays launches 4 euro denominated investment funds

Barclays is launching four euro-denominated investment funds for individual investors.


The Euro Blue Chip Fund has an annual management fee of 2 per cent and will be benchmarked against the Dow Jones Euro Stoxx 50 Index and the Euro Vale Opportunity Fund will be benchmarked against the DJ Euro Stoxx 326 Index with a 1.5 per cent fee.


The Euro Bond Fund is aiming to compete against the JP Morgan EMU bond index and has a 2.25 per cent management fee and the Euro Cash Fund will attempt to mirror the return from all short-dated fixed interest and floating rate securities denominated in the euro. It has a 0.6 per cent fee.


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