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Patient Capital Trust update, September 2015

Mitchell Fraser-Jones 13 October 2015 3 min read

The trust’s net asset value declined in September, in another weak and volatile month for equity markets. As had been the case in August, the portfolio’s US stocks were amongst the weakest performers, as sentiment towards US biotech remained sour.

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Fund roundup, September 2015

Mitchell Fraser-Jones 13 October 2015 5 min read

September was another weak and volatile month, with equity markets continuing to reassess poorer economic fundamentals, as evidenced by a succession of disappointing macro data releases around the world.

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China matters

Neil Woodford 2 October 2015 3 min read

August’s abrupt sell-off ensured that the summer holidays were not quite as relaxing as many market participants had hoped.

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Is the tail wagging the dog?

Grant Wentzel 4 September 2015 5 min read

The last week of August was one of the most volatile we have seen in global equity markets for several years. So, what happened?

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Market volatility: our view

Neil Woodford 25 August 2015 2 min read

Neil gives his reaction to recent market volatility and explains what he believes it means for investors.

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Neil Woodford on market sell-off

Mitchell Fraser-Jones 16 October 2014 3 min read

Given the recent market declines, we took the opportunity to film Neil for his latest views.

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