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Standard & Poor&#39s Top 10s

Merrill Lynch Investment Manager&#39s gold & general fund is back on

top of the unit trust table with a return of 46.68 per cent for the

past 12 months. But despite rising returns at the top of the table,

the average unit trust return has fallen to -17.53 per cent from

around 14 per cent at the start of the year.

Korean funds continue to dominate the the top five, with JPMF Korea,

Baring&#39s Korea trust and Schroder Seoul in second, third and fifth

positions respectively.

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