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The popularity of passive funds, rather than active, has shareholders leaving for pastures new.Standard Life’s share price is up 20% from a year ago, but it hasn’t been a worry-free ride and the price has fluctuated considerably over this time.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential… Porvair operates three divisions: aerospace and industrial, metal melt quality, and laboratory. Aerospace and industrial is its best performing, with 13% revenue growth reported at the end of November.It is well placed to benefit from the ESG investing trends that are sweeping the investment industry. Porvair is a global business, so downsides to consider are the US-China trade war, which could continue to suppress growth, as could the Coronavirus outbreak.However, it has shown consistent growth in recent years and has a healthy balance sheet to match. It has been growing through acquisitions and is a market leader in its field. With more stringent environmental regulations being put in place globally, this has a positive effect on demand for Porvair’s products. Despite its high P/E, I continue to like this stock and consider this FTSE All-Share company a ‘buy‘. Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! Forget the Standard Life share price! I like this FTSE All-Share stock See all posts by Kirsteen Mackay Image source: Getty Images. Enter Your Email Address Kirsteen has no position in any of the shares mentioned. The Motley Fool UK owns shares of Porvair. 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Managing the merger has not been a smooth process with escalating costs and obstacles to overcome along the way.Since the merger, the group has seen an improvement in its key asset classes such as Asian equities and emerging markets. So, it’s not all bad news.Its price-to-earnings ratio (P/E) is 7 and earnings per share are 46p. While assets under management are declining, Standard Life also has many stakes in other companies such as FTSE 100 Phoenix Group and India-based HDFC Life Insurance and HDFC Asset Management. This diversification could keep it afloat if UK headwinds continue.The Woodford fallout hasn’t helped the Standard Life Aberdeen share price either. It has cast a shadow over the entire industry.Keith Skeoch, Standard Life CEO, has said we should learn lessons from the Woodford scandal and that it’s time for a shake-up of the governance framework used for UK retail funds. 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Mourinho was in charge at Real Madrid from May 2010 until June 2013, winning the league title in 2011/12. Speaking to TalkSPORT, Calderon, who was in his role at Real Madrid from 2006 to 2009, said: “It is not a secret that the current Real Madrid president has backed Mourinho many times. He likes him a lot and you can’t rule out seeing him again on the bench at the Bernabeu. “I know it seems strange, but if Benitez doesn’t have a good season and Mourinho gets sacked by Chelsea, I insist you can’t rule out seeing him here again. “I know that the president tried to have him here instead of Benitez, but Mourinho said he didn’t want it and that it wasn’t the right time to come back. “But after two or three years I can see him here again – it happened the same with Chelsea, they sacked him but then he came back. In football that is normal. “The current president has a lot of interest in Mourinho, he backed him a lot during his time at Madrid and Mourinho is his favourite coach.” Real Madrid could be open to bringing Jose Mourinho back to the Bernabeu should the Portuguese coach leave Chelsea, according to former president of the Spanish club Ramon Calderon. Mourinho remains determined to turn the fortunes of the Barclays Premier League champions around, but has seen his position come under scrutiny following a poor run of results which sees Chelsea in 16th place following the 1-0 defeat at Stoke before the international break. Calderon believes should the Spaniards decide to dispense with the services of current boss Rafael Benitez – whose side are second in the Primera Division table but remains to win over some sections of the supporters – then a move for Mourinho might be an option, especially given his relationship with current president Florentino Perez. Press Association