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Mid 250 Index will not slow down soon says Schroders

The furious pace of change within the Mid 250 sector of the FTSE is not likely to slow down any time soon warns fund manager Schroders.

Speaking on the anniversary of the launch of the UK Mid 250 fund, manager Andy Brough says the numbers of companies due to enter or exit the index will continue to be high.

The fund was launched in November 1999. It has risen by 15 per cent since then and now has £84m under management.

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