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Yorkshire Building Society – Share Index Growth Bond

Tuesday, 17th October 2000.



Type: Growth bond.



Aim: Growth by investing in the FTSE 100 index.



Minimum-maximum investment: £5,000-£500,000.



Term: Until September 1, 2005.



Guarantee: Original investment returned in full after five years even if the FTSE 100 index falls during the term.



Return: Up to 200 per cent of the original investment. The average of all the daily closing levels over the final six months will be used to calculate the return.



Closing date: August 31, 2000.



Commission: None.



Tel: 01274 740740.


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