One of the group's more recent launches, in October 2003, has caught another wave of buoyant prices combined with investor interest, in the resources sector.
A dummy portfolio of the Martin Currie Absolute Return Funds - Global Resources Fund was run from July 2002 to September 2003 and rose by 12.83% net of cash. In the six months to 31 March 2004, the live fund has followed suit, with NAV rising 5.3%.
Its managers, Wendy Anderson and Chris Butler, explain how they invest and why now could be
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