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A podcast featuring our UK Fund Managers, Fred Mahon and Rory Campbell-Lamerton, looking at what has happened recently in financial markets. Breaking topics down to easily digestable, bitesize topics, the Fund Managers provide their informed views and insights as well as their outlook.
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Keep up to date and read our opinion on key investment topics on the UK Smaller Companies Fund.View all
10th Jan 2022
The Fund ended what was a volatile year for UK-listed smaller companies in positive fashion, up 17.9% in 2021.
9th Dec 2021
It was unfortunate that news of the latest ‘Omicron’ variant of COVID-19 broke over the Thanksgiving holiday, the thinner holiday markets reacted with considerable volatility.
11th Nov 2021
Fred Mahon updates investors on the progress companies held by the fund are making on environmental standards.
12th Oct 2021
September was a gradually depressive month for the UK’s smaller cap indices.
14th Sep 2021
August was another heartening month for London’s small and mid-cap markets, which have been leaving the FTSE 100 in their distant wake recently.
11th Aug 2021
UK small cap markets were broadly flat in July, pausing for breath after a strong year so far.
14th Jul 2021
During a quarter of generally favourable markets for UK smaller companies, we were happy to keep portfolio activity to a minimum and to let the steady economic recovery that we are seeing work its magic.