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Barclays – Global Property Plan – Issue 51


Global Property Plan – Issue 51

Type: Capital-protected bond

Aim: Growth linked to the performance of the FTSE Epra/Nareit European Real Estate index, Tokyo Stock Exchange Reit index and i-Shares Dow Jones US Real Estate Index ETF

Minimum-maximum investment: £7,000-£500,000

Term: Five years

Return: 120% of the growth in the indices and ETF at the end of the term

Guarantee: Original capital returned in full regardless of the performance of the indices and ETF

Closing date: August 20, 2007, August 6, 2007 for Pep/Isa transfers

Commission: Initial 3%

Tel: 0800 234 6021


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