Online stockbroker Hargreaves Lansdown has moved the £9 billion range of funds it runs to single pricing. : Hargreaves Lansdown (HRGV) has scrapped ‘buy’ and ‘sell’ pricing on its own funds, moving to a single pricing structure where investors pay the same price for buying into, as well as selling out of, their funds. The online stockbroker made the switch on its £9 billion fund range last month. Hargreaves Lansdown runs 12 of its own funds, including 10 'multi-manager' funds, which invest in funds run by other managers, and two funds investing directly in shares.
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