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Standard & Poor&#39s Micropal Top 10s

Smaller companies funds still dominate the unit trust table, with six


funds in the top 10.


Artemis UK smaller companies is leading the table with a return of 214 per


cent while Beacon Investment is close behind with a return of 194 per cent.


But volatility in the technology sector does not seem to have harmed CF


technology growth, with the fund in third place with a return of 172 per


cent over one year.


Henderson&#39s global technology fund also remains in the frame. It is in


10th spot with a return 152 per cent in the past 12 months.

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