Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust's (SMT) investments in unquoted companies have boosted its return over the six months to 30 September. It is the first time the trust has given details on how its unquoted companies have performed and its managers, James Anderson and Tom Slater of Baillie Gifford, say they are doing this because they now have a “sensible data set” to draw from.
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