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What have investors bought and sold in the aftermath of Trump’s triumph?

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Written by: Paloma Kubiak
11/11/2016
Following Donald Trump’s victory to become the 45th American president, investors have taken the opportunity to buy and sell their stocks and funds. Here’s what’s proven popular.

President-elect Trump made some radical manifesto pledges in his race to the White House and while we listed some of the winners and losers of his victory, investors have been actively buying and selling their holdings.

Here are the top five stocks bought via The Share Centre since 9 November:

National Grid
Vodafone
Imperial Brands
Unilever
J Sainsbury

Here are the top five stocks sold via The Share Centre since 9 November:

Lloyds Banking
Barclays
Rio Tinto
Prudential
Glencore

Here are the top five funds bought via The Share Centre since 9 November:

CF Woodford Equity Income
Fundsmith Equity Income
JPM US Equity Income
Legg Mason Japan Equity
Old Mutual UK Mid-Cap

Here are the top five funds sold via The Share Centre since 9 November:

Investec Monthly High Income
JPM US Equity Income
HSBC American Index
Henderson US Growth
AXA Framlington American Growth.

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