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All calculations in fund's local currency
over :
 Average Manager Total Return : 6.4% (31 August 2016 - 31 August 2017)
Total Return
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11.9%

1 of 18

11.9%

3 of 18

10.7%

4 of 18

8.4%

5 of 18

8.3%

6 of 18

8.3%

7 of 18

8.0%

7 of 18

8.0%

9 of 18

7.4%

10 of 18

5.6%

11 of 18

5.5%

12 of 18

4.2%

13 of 18

3.2%

13 of 18

3.2%

15 of 18

3.2%

16 of 18

1.9%

17 of 18

0.0%

18 of 18

-0.2%

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