Few investment funds made returns for investors in 2018

Last year was miserable in terms of investment fund returns, with some funds losing up to a quarter of their value.

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Finance Denmark's statement on investment fund returns for last year has yet to be published, but a preliminary statement based on the annual return of funds ranking highest and lowest at the end of November shows very few private investors made successful investments, Danish business daily Finans reports.

According to Morningstar's figures, the funds "Wealth Invest AKL Lannebo Europa Small Cap P", "BIL Danmark Danske Small Call Aktier Akk" and "Danske Invest Tyskland KL DKK d" have the lowest ranking with negative returns of -25.8 percent, -24.3 percent and -22.6 percent, respectively. Overall, global funds performed well.

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