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Team turnover sees AMP Capital funds downgradedBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | TUESDAY, 14 DEC 2021 12:16PM
AMP Capital has had two multi-sector funds downgraded from neutral to negative by Morningstar, with the research house citing staff turnover as the reason for the downgrades.
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