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EFM cautiously adds to portfolio

Edinburgh Fund Managers is signalling that the stock market has reached levels where it will consider adding to its portfolio rather than reducing its exposure.


The fund manager says that it remains neutral on UK equity but it believes that bond yields will continue to support the market. It believes market priced less than 4800 would represents a buying opportunity.


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