UK sectors take half of May fund sales

July 2003
Money Marketing;7/3/2003, p2
Reports that mutual fund sales in Great Britain fell in May 2003. Comparison with month-ago and year-ago levels; Factors blamed for the decline; Worst-selling sectors.


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