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Hargreaves Lansdown publishes Invesco Perpetual review

Hargreaves Lansdown has released a review of the Invesco Perpetual fund range, giving guidance on buys and sells in the wake of the merger.

Stephen Whittaker’s UK Growth and Rory Powe’s European Growth funds both received hold recommendations, while Trent May’s US Growth fund was given a sell rating.

Neil Woodford and Graham Kitchen’s Income funds were the strong buy recommendations within the range.

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