Equities attract nearly half of £6.2bn net April fund sales

ISA sales soar in April

Anna Fedorova
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IA sales figures for April revealed
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IA sales figures for April revealed

Equity funds took in £2.9bn in net retail sales in April, marking almost half of the net inflows across asset classes during the month, which amounted to £6.2bn.

According to the latest Investment Association data, the Global sector was the bestseller during the month, taking in £1.7bn. Asian and Japanese equity funds were also popular, with net inflows of £245m...

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