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Standard & Poor&#39s Micropal Top 10s

Govett US bear continues to top the performance tables, with a return of

34.06 per cent for the past year. The majority ofthe unit trusts are still

struggling to keep their heads above water, however, with the average fund

now down more than 18 per cent since last August.

Income ,corporate bond and smaller company funds continue to dominate the

best performers, with three corporate bond funds, two small cap and one

equity income fund in the top 10.

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