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Skipton offers new tracker bond

Skipton Building Society is launching a tracker bond, offering up to 30 per cent growth over two years.

The 2-Year ShareTracker Bond guarantees the full return of capital invested, as well as 30 per cent over two years provided there has been no fall in the share price of five selected companies over the two years.

The yield is linked to the performance of BT, ICI, HSBC, Whitbread and Marks & Spencer. If a decrease in the share price of any company is recorded, an equivalent deduction is made to the 30 per cent return.

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