Most stock advanced Friday and for the week prior to remarks by Fed chair Janet Yellen.
China is no stranger to economic growth. For 18 of the last 20 centuries it has delivered a greater share of world GDP than any Western society.
Chinese equities drove volatility, falling sharply during the first half of February as currency weakness and fears over more capital controls weighed on investor sentiment.
The fund posted positive total returns but underperformed the index during the review period. Credit selection was the primary detractor.
Following a mutual business decision made by Fidelity and Schroders, we are writing to advise you that Fidelity will stop offering all the sub-funds of the abovementioned fund ranges, “SAS” and “SISF” (the “Fund” - Appendix), with effect from 1 July 2016 (the “effective date”).
Please find attached the Shareholder Notice we received from Old Mutual Global Investors Series plc – Old Mutual Japanese Equity Fund for your kind attention.
We are writing to advise you of the merger of Schroder Alternative Solutions – Gold and Precious Metals Fund (the “Merging Fund”) to Schroder International Selection Fund – Global Gold (the “Receiving Fund”) with effect from 29 June 2016. Please find attached the Shareholder Notice we received from Schroder Alternative Solutions for your kind attention.