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Aussie equities winners, losers revealedBY ALLY SELBY | WEDNESDAY, 29 APR 2020 12:48PM
Aussie passive and active equity strategies have been put to the test, with Morningstar assessing how the country's small and large-cap managers have fared during the highs of 2019 and the lows of 2020.
Read more: Morningstar, Greencape, Antares, Bennelong, Platypus, Fidelity, Hyperion, Ironbark, Spheria, Argo, Australian Ethical, BlackRock, CFS, First Sentier Investors, Merlon, Milton Corporation, Mirrabooka, Nikko AM, Perennial, The Montgomery Fund, Tribeca
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