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Credit Suisse predicts continued mid cap growth

Credit Suisse Asset Management believes that mid cap growth stocks are particularly attractive.

Credit Suisses mid cap 250 fund, launched in November 2003, returned 21.9 per cent over the last year, compared to a 12.8 per cent growth in the FTSE all-share over the same period.

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