Equity funds see record outflows as crisis grows

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Equity funds experienced their highest ever outflows of retail money in November as investors pulled out their cash in droves amid the ongoing eurozone crisis.

In total investors pulled £864m out of equity funds in the month, compared to a monthly average inflow of £506m for the previous 12 months, according to the Investment Management Association (IMA)....

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