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Banking on financials, vanishing ETFs and the Lifetime Isa exit fee: PF podcast

By Kate Beioley , 16 September 2016

In this week's personal finance podcast the team discuss whether unloved financials funds could be a source of good returns and look at why Deutsche Bank delisted its Gilt ETF range this month.

Banking on financials, vanishing ETFs and the Lifetime Isa exit fee: PF podcast

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