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Eurozone looks healthy for 2004

F&C Management is linking its website to Europe&#39s largest stockbroker comdirect to give investors an alternative to buying shares through its saving scheme, Pep or Isa wrappers.

The comdirect service offers international trading on the London Stock Exchange and 18 other markets across Europe and North America from one sterling account.

F&C Management director and head of private investor marketing Georgette Harrison says: “We are keen to facilitate the purchase of shares in our range of investment trusts. For those investors who prefer to buy shares directly it continues our policy of offering investors cost effective savings.”

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