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FundsNetwork adds seven new funds

FundsNetwork has added seven new funds to its platform.

The funds are Artemis strategic bond, Britannic Argonaut European alpha, Credit Suisse Incubator, CF Neptune China, CF Neptune Russia and Greater Russia, JPM cautious total return and Newton global opportunities.

FundsNetwork marketing director Rob Fisher says choice on the platform has grown considerably since its launch five years ago.

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