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Vanguard launches new fund

Vanguard Investments Europe is adding a new US fund to its range of Ireland-based funds available in the UK. The US Government Bond Index fund is domiciled in Ireland and brings the number of Vanguard funds authorised for sale in the UK up to nine. The fund will investment in a risk-matched portfolio of investment grade Government bonds.

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Future Mortgages appoints new PR head

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