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Merchant opens up new Threadneedle fund link

Merchant Investors has added Threadneedle&#39s strategic bond fund to its portfolio range of pensions and investment products.

The bond fund, which is actively managed across the whole range from investment grade bonds to high yield bonds, has a gross running yield of 7.5 per cent and a redemption yield of 5.83 per cent.

The move is the latest in a number of fund links Merchant has opened up with Threadneedle since last year.

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