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Five funds for Asia

BY TOM STEVENSON, 30 MARCH 2015

The Far East is the stand-out region within Emerging Markets

UK shares and inflation, where to next?

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The UK economy looks very different from the last time the FTSE 100 Index was making new records.

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Asia Pacific Equity incl Japan funds

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