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Barclays reissues Guaranteed Stock Market Bond

Barclays is launching the second issue of its Guaranteed Stock Market Bond which it says could bring savers a 60 per cent return.


The fund is linked to the FTSE 100 Index and has a minimum investment of £2,000. Barclays guarantees the return of the original deposit at the end of the three-year or five-year term.


Customers investing before March 29 will be eligible for a 5 per cent early investor benefit. Funds will be held in a feeder account until the Bond&#39s opens on April 14.

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