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Standard & Poor&#39s Micropal Top 10s

Jupiter Financial Opportunities fund tops the unit trust tables, having

returned 32.84 per cent over the past year. The fund continues to show a

robust ability to weather all market conditions. Its three-year return is

96.63 per cent.

The average annual return continues to improve on both unit and investment

trusts. The average unit trust is at -6.07 per cent over the past year

compared with -20 per cent at the start of April. The average investment

trust has returned 4.51 per cent.

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