17.05.2019 kl 17:00 1996
Under, et utdrag fra denne Financial Times artikkelen, datert 14.03.2019
"In an interview with the Financial Times, Neil Woodford admitted he needed to stem the withdrawals from his flagship fund or risk being «out of business in about two-and-a-half years».
Mr Woodford is straining under his longest period of weak returns — the value of his equity income fund has more than halved from a peak of £10.2bn to £4.5bn — in a three-decade career that saw him rise to become the UK’s most prominent stock picker.
For 21 consecutive months since the peak, investors have pulled cash from the fund, putting Mr Woodford under pressure to sell stakes in the more than 100 companies held in the fund to meet those redemptions."
Redigert 17.05.2019 kl 17:08
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