M&G's Jane bullish on equities and UK commercial property

Smith, Amanda
September 2009
Money Marketing;9/17/2009, p26
The article focuses on the positioning of the cautious multi-asset fund by M&G head of equity investment, David Jane to contemplate over a bullish view on equities and Great Britain commercial property. He expects a slow and dim recovery in developed markets yet looks at the potential effects on it and quantitative relief to form his portfolio. He also believes that inflation is the effect of quantitative easing and will end in real assets much like commodities.


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