Which? says the FSA still has a long way to go before it can claim that consumers are properly protected. It says the FSA has not been transparent enough in tackling consumer detriment.
Emerging markets funds are notoriously volatile and single-country funds even more so. It is wise to stick with a fund manager with wide experience in this market.
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There are still opportunities to be found in US high yield despite spreads being close to historical lows
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