79. Why the FTSE 250 is more international than you may think

Most people view the FTSE 250 index as being very much a UK domestic-facing group of businesses. But in reality, about half of turnover generated by these businesses comes from outside of the United Kingdom, with companies serving markets in Far East Asia, the US and Europe. In this podcast, Chris St John tells us about the impact of Brexit, investing in AiM-listed gaming companies and future opportunities.
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AXA Framlington UK Mid Cap fund is unashamedly growth-orientated. Manager Chris St John uses thematic long-term ideas to help construct a portfolio of dynamic growth companies that should benefit from these trends. While it naturally focuses on medium-sized companies, the flexibility to invest in the FTSE 100 and small cap space allows Chris to both run winners and invest early in strong growth stories.

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