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Edinburgh UK Tracker Fund falls with FTSE in 2000

Share values in the Edinburgh UK Tracker Trust, which tracks the performance of the FTSE All-Share Index, fell over 2000.

The net asset value per share fell by 7.5 per cent to 266.95p from 288.71p while the FTSE Al-Share Index fell by 8 per cent. The share price fell by 14.8 per cent to 259.5p from 304.5p.

Edinburgh UK Tracker Trust chairman David Tucker says: “I am pleased to report that during 2000 the company continued to meet its principal investment objective of tracking the performance of the FTSE All-Share Index within 1 per cent per annum.”

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