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Woodford flagship fund to close

By Bloomberg
27 October 2019   |   4:14 pm
It’s game over for Neil Woodford’s flagship investment vehicle. The equity income fund is getting liquidated and the embattled money manager has been ousted with immediate effect. This marks the latest chapter in a dramatic reversal of fortunes for the U.K.’s former star stock picker. Bloomberg’s Suzy Waite reports on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”

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