IA Global sector enjoys record £934m sales in April

Reduced UK outflows

Tilney's Jason Hollands

Tilney's Jason Hollands

Global funds across equities and fixed income dominated net retail sales in April as the ISA season powered overall fund sales to £2.2bn, according to the Investment Association (IA).

Calling April "business as usual", the IA said net retail sales passed £2bn for the first time since the previous April, when they were £2.8bn - a welcome buck of the trend seen over a six-month period...

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