Geography lessons

Teasdale, James
August 2006
Money Marketing;8/17/2006, p18
The article focuses on the performance of index mutual fund advisers in the stock market in Great Britain. It states that British stock market has been doing well compared to the other countries. Accordingly, majority of the panelists of Adviser Fund Index were preferred to invest their equity funds in Great Britain rather than in other countries. However, there were still aggressive fund advisers who pursue to invest in other countries.


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