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Legal & General – Capital Protection Plus 6

Type:
Guaranteed equity bond

Aim:
Growth linked to the performance of the FTSE 100 index

Minimum-maximum investment:
£500-no maximum,
Isa £7,000

Term:
Six years

Return:
The greater of 26% of original investment or 50% growth in index

Guarantee:
Original capital returned in full along with 26% growth at end of term

Closing date:
October 22, 2004

Commission:
Initial 3%

Tel: 020 7335 5132

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