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Unit trust investors aiming to beat inflation

Investors in unit trusts consider beating inflation a satisfactory return according to the latest Autif research.


The survey, conducted as part of autif&#39s Facet&#39s survey, analysed a nationwide sample of investors. It found that 72 per cent would be satified with beating inflation with 48 per cent satisfied with beating deposit rates.


The most ambitious investors tended to be males aged 45-54 years old, those from the North and Scotland and the C2 social group.

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