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Monthly global equities outlook

With growth stocks outperforming value stocks for the majority of the last decade, Peter Rutter takes a look at the reasons behind this continuing trend. While these specific dynamics don’t seem to be shifting, there are other significant changes the team have identified in equity markets. Peter notes that the team’s valuation discipline and investment process is continuing to help them identify interesting opportunities.
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