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Derek Stuart: where to find value in the UK?

Derek discusses a number of Œself-help stories as examples of where he is finding good opportunities in the UK

With the FTSE trading at historically high levels, many investors have questioned whether UK equities continue to offer value. But, as Derek points out, the headline figures mask many opportunities at a sector level. He has found a number of stocks whose fortunes he believes will turn around. He cites the level of management change, which he comments is at the highest level he has seen since 2009, as a catalyst for recovery for some of these companies.

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