DISCUSSION No risk and no returns, a dirty little secret business chiefs won’t tell you

by Yolanda Villafuerte _______25th May 2016
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by Patrick Hosking, Financial Editor, The Times

Brace yourselves for lower investment returns. So says Euan Munro, head of Aviva Investors, who argues that the era of easy pickings has come to an end. The long journey to rock-bottom interest rates has provided a helpful tailwind over the past three decades, but it’s over…

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