Despite £8.8bn in Fund Outflows, Aberdeen Says “Pick Up in Sentiment” For Emerging Markets (FTAdviser)
Aberdeen Asset Management has been hit by an £8.8bn net outflow in the six months to the end of March during a “demanding” period for the firm’s main markets in Asia and emerging markets.
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