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Nationwide relaunches guaranteed equity bond

Nationwide Building Society is relaunching its guaranteed equity bond this week intended to give clients the chance to benefit from growth in four of the world&#39s largest stock markets.

The bond is linked to the FTSE 100, S&P 500, Nikkei 225 and Eurostoxx 50 and offers the added security of a money back guarantee if markets fall or fail to rise.

Investors can gain up to 15 per cent in any one year and their investment cannot fall by more than 15 per cent in any one year.

The potential gain over the six year term is 90 per cent growth on top of their original investment.

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