Woodford confident changing backdrop will bolster funds

'Appropriately positioned' to take advantage

Jayna Rana
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"Timing this outcome, or pinpointing a specific event that will trigger it, is not possible but neither is it necessary" - Neil Woodford
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"Timing this outcome, or pinpointing a specific event that will trigger it, is not possible but neither is it necessary" - Neil Woodford

Neil Woodford has outlined normalising valuations and improving fundamentals in the UK as two themes he expects to unfold this year, benefiting his underperforming funds which are "appropriately positioned" to take advantage of them.

Commenting in his latest year-to-date roundup, Woodford said he expects the investment backdrop to look "very different to the one that has prevailed for the last two years", outlining a number of ...

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