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F&C Income Growth Investment Trust falls 14 per cent in 6 months

Foreign & Colonial&#39s Income Growth Investment Trust has revealed a 14 per cent fall in net assets for the six months to September.


But the fund manager says that the fall still represents a creditable performance given world stock market turbulence. The benchmark index the FTSE 350 fell by 15.2 per cent over the same period.


The trust is also declaring a second interim dividend of 0.8p per share. It is continuing to hold defensive stocks.

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