Regular savers are maintaining a preference for growth-orientated funds in contrast to their lump su...
Regular savers are maintaining a preference for growth-orientated funds in contrast to their lump sum investing counterparts.
Only two income generating funds made the top 10 of Skandia's regular savers selling Isa funds, compared to eight out of 10 in the lump sum savers chart.
Fidelity Special Situations and Invesco Perpetual European Growth were the top two money takers in January from regular savings clients. Fidelity Moneybuilder Income and Invesco Perpetual Income & Growth took in the most lump sum money, followed by cash in third place.
Henderson Global Technology and Framlington Health remain- ed popular with regular savers, pulling in the fourth and seventh largest inflows, respectively.
Only two funds, Fidelity Special Situations and Jupiter Income, were among the top 10 sellers to both regular and lump sum investors.
Caring for children and elderly relatives
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Square Mile’s series of informal interviews
Fine reduced to £60,000
Two roles created