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Standard & Poor&#39s Micropal Top 10&#39s

Average unit trust returns have fallen even further, with unit trusts down by -28.36 per cent from the previous year&#39s low of -25.73 per cent.

Govett US Bear, however, has risen to 40.26 per cent over the past 12 months from 29.43 per cent.

This puts it as the clear leader, with Merrill Lynch gold & general as the next best with a yearly return of 24.11 per cent. Its returns have also leapt from 8.93 per cent last week.

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