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Where in the world should you use active funds?

By Katie Morley , 10 September 2014

Deciding whether to use active or passively managed funds in your portfolio can be a tough choice. Here we reveal in which regions active managers struggle to beat their benchmarks most

Where in the world should you use active funds?

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