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MFS International UK – MFS Meridian European High Yield Bond Fund

MFS INternational UK

MFS Meridian European High Yield Bond Fund

Type: Sicav

Aim: Income by investing in European high-yield bonds

Minimum-maximum investment: Lump sum £2,500, euros 4,000, $5,000

Investment split: 94.32% high yield corporate bonds, 2.89% emerging markets debt, 1.14% cash & other, 0.98% investment-grade corporate bonds, 0.67% equities

Charges: Initial up to 6% for front-end load A shares, redemption charge up to 4% for back end load B shares and 1% for level load C shares, annual 1.4-2.4% depending on share class

Commission: Subject to negotiation

Tel: 0870 8737773

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