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Standard & Poors Micropal top 10

Artemis continues its run of strong performance as the only provider to

have two funds among the top 10 unit trusts. Artemis UK special situations,

which is top for the third week, has returned 39.17 per cent over the past

year while Artemis income has grown by 27.45 per cent.

The top 10 unit trust table continues to be a mixed bag, with offerings

from seven different sectors. The average return for the past year is still

negative at 13.5 per cent.

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