• Signs of an accelerating economic recovery were widely evident in April, particularly in countries where vaccination programmes are more advanced, such as the US and UK.
• We saw strong updates from numerous companies across the Fund, with mounting evidence that forecasts are materially too low due to a combination of the better-than-expected economic recovery and prudent expectation setting by management teams at the end of last year.
• As markets and the Fund continued to move higher in April, there was more evidence that the foundations of these moves are strengthening and that there remains material upside in the portfolio.
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