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National Savings release Index Linked values


National Savings has released the cash values for index linked Savings Certificates held for one year or more as at April 1999.


Figures are based on a set return of 1.65 per cent plus the retail price index which is currently 2.1 per cent.


An investment of £100 into 12th issue certificates in January 1998 has returned £104.01. Whereas an investment of £100 in June 1975 would have returned £627.58 as at April this year.

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