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Brewin Podcast: Spreadbury on why the hawks will fall to earth

The managers of the £7.4bn Moneybuilder range explain why October's rate rise is likely to be the last we see for a while

Brewin Podcast: Spreadbury on why the hawks will fall to earth

Brewin Dolphin fund analyst - and member of Wealth Manager's Top 100 list of leading investors - Shakhista Mukhamedova (pictured) recently welcomed Fidelity's Ian Spreadbury and Sajiv Vaid into the studio.

The team behind the blockbusting Moneybuilder franchise, who between them handle around £7.5 billion in client funds, explain why they don't expect interest rates to soar even as the hawks gain an upper hand.  

 

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