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Numis: Barnett & Templeton trusts join 2019 ‘strugglers’

Numis Securities adds Mark Barnett's Edinburgh and Perpetual Income & Growth trusts and Templeton Emerging Markets to list of closed-end funds it believes will come under shareholder pressure this year.

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