Ascentric managing director Hugo Thorman will also be running in this year’s New York Marathon. He will be raising money for Great Ormond Street Hospital and will be combining training with work on the relaunch of the Funds Direct platform. To sponsor him visit: www.justgiving.com/ hugothorman.
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The NAV of the Murray Income trust has risen 23.6 per cent over the year, 4.9 per cent ahead of the FTSE all-share which rose 18.7 per cent. The trust proposes a final dividend of 5.65p, making a total dividend of 19.15p, an increase of 4.9 per cent on the previous year.
By James Dowey, chief economist & CIO at Neptune WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE GOOD OLD DAYS OF CHUGGING ALONG AT 3 PER CENT A YEAR? That was the average rate of real economic growth in the advanced world from the end of the Second World War until the late 2000s. Despite all of the recessions and social changes […]
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