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Over-allocation into cash results in returns shortfall: Manulife

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A study by Manulife Asset Management has found that over-allocation into cash has resulted in portfolio returns being eaten up by the costs of savers' financial goals.

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IT'S one step forward, half-step back for savers in Singapore and most of Asia, who are striving to built up their nest egg.

A study by Manulife Asset Management has found that over-allocation into cash has resulted in portfolio returns being eaten up by the costs of

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