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Exchange rollercoaster ride

Shares in Exchange Holdings, the personal finance Internet group went on a rollercoaster ride yesterday as news of its links with Egg, Bank of Scotland and Capital Bank spread.


Early trading saw the shares enjoy a 7 per cent surge, while at close the price fell 111/2p to 358p.


Exchange&#39s link-up with the financial service providers will allow consumers to buy individual savings accounts and mortgages through the MoneyeXtra.com website.

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